The Colosseum

One of Rome's #1 touristic attractions and a publicly accepted symbol of Roman resilience, the Colosseum is a double amphitheater which was created under the Flavian dynasty. Why double? Because it is made of two superimposed amphitheater Why the name colosseum? Because there used to be a massive status of the then Emperor Claudius Caesar... Continue Reading →

The Spanish Steps

A set of 135 steps located at the heart of the city of Rome, the Spanish Steps have been the stage and highlights of several movies, video clips and album recordings by well-known celebrities. Historically, they are called "Spanish Steps" because they are located at the Piazza Di Spagna, and connect the Spanish Embassy with the... Continue Reading →

The Trevi Fountain

The largest baroque fountain in Rome and one of the most famous in the world, the Trevi Fountain has gained worldwide notoriety through several films including La Dolce Vita (by Federico Fellini), and through its coin throwing legend.   Historically, it is said that 19 NC, a young "virgin" girl led thirsty Roman soldiers to a... Continue Reading →

My Trip to Rome

Rome had always been an unknown world to me until I was fortunate to visit this historical city two weeks ago. Since I took that trip, my perspective on so many different aspects of life has changed for the better. I was fortunate to see a lot of historical sites, get to know this city... Continue Reading →

The Pantheon

The Pantheon is one of the top 5 touristic attractions in Rome, and certainly one of my favourites. Being an avid fan of Greek and Roman mythology, it was a unique experience be in the temple dedicated to all the Roman gods. Pan = All, Theos = gods: the Pantheon was the place of worship... Continue Reading →

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