Roma

I’m going to assume that people actually read this blog, so…Buon Natale my lovelies! (that’s Merry Christmas in Italian 🙂 )
Hope everyone had a good day, regardless of whether or not you believe in Christmas.
Anyway, I said I would share pictures, so…

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That is an actual person, not a statue.

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Church beside the museum Risorgimento.

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Representation of a battle, I’ve forgotten which.

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Handcuffs that were used back in the days.

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From the days of yore, their cards and chess pieces.

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Painting portraying Mount Vesuvius erupting.

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Pen and ink used to sign something that marked the end of one of the World Wars.

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Somewhere on Palatine Hill.

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Part of the Colloseum

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I thought this was nice, making a wedding photo with the Colloseum in the background. I noticed that there was no crowd with the couple, just 2 people.

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Word has it that this castle was built by a particular family, to defend themselves from another family across. Didn’t catch the names.

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