I hear this is the oldest temple in Rome
This was a theatre built by either the emperor Augustus or Hadrian, in honor of his (adopted?) son.
That’s the church close to the Risorgimento museum
Forgotten the name of this place, but according to the audio guide, this is probably where Julius Caesar was stabbed to death, on the Ides of March.
Saint Peter’s basilica
This one was taken from the top of the Cupola. One needs to climb about 551 steps to get there, or you can pay 2€ and take the elevator for a fraction of the journey, then climb the remaining 320 steps.
That’s the popular wishing fountain, Fontana di Trevi.
Those are the coins at the bottom. Apparently, about 3000€ worth of coins are tossed in every day. Every morning, the coins are collected and distributed to charity organizations.
That’s for those of you who love shoes. I cannot imagine wearing those asymmetric things!
P.S. I’m sorry I’m getting all my facts mixed. I’m just trying to share pictures, please don’t quote me anywhere.