Rome

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Victor Emmanuel Monument. Built as a tribute to the first king of a united Italy, Victor Emmanuel II.

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Exploring an ancient ruin

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The Colosseum

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Obélisque in the Piazza Navona (city square in Rome)

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The Pantheon

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Alex found a spot where we can see Rome

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2 thoughts on “Rome

  1. It’s so strange (& completely wonderful) to look at posts of places that you’ve been and see the exact same things, but how other people viewed it. Rome has by far been my favorite place to visit in all my travels!

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