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Colosseum, Rome

The Colosseum (Colosseo) is one of Europe’s most recognizable landmarks. It was used as a venue to entertain the masses. Per our tour guide, the masses not only came to watch gladiators fight with fellow gladiators and ferocious animals, but they were also fed to keep them happy. 105 more words


Un venerdì, al Colosseo

A grande richiesta un post in italiano!!

Tra i mille volti di Roma, quello spirituale è quello che più si presenta in modo imponente e scenografico. 242 more words


The eternal migration of the human condition: Gustavo Aceves in Rome.

L’eterna migrazione della condizione umana.

A Roma, nel magnifico scenario dei Mercati di Traiano possiamo ancora ammirare l’opera scultorea dell’artista Gustavo Aceves. Sette mesi di esposizione fino al 5 marzo, in un percorso che si snoda fino al Colosseo per giungere all’ Arco di Costantino dove un monolite intriso di misterioso significato si erge solitario. 568 more words


The Colosseum - Rome

We reserved a full day for the Colosseum, or half of it at least. We woke up quite early in order to drive down to the Colosseum, find a parking spot and avoid as much as possible the long line that you can find here every day. 183 more words


Day 3: New Years Eve

After spending over 24 hours in bed the day before, I woke up and left around 6:30am to see the Colosseum/Colosseo at sunrise. It was beautiful! 811 more words

Buongiorno principessa.

Day 11

It was about time for the princess! I already told you that this was one of the first gifts of Borris. As promised, I left her million miles away from him, the “little prince”. 73 more words