Monochrome Monday. If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change. -Wayne Dyer Taken in Piazza Navona (Rome, Italy). Have a great week!
Monochrome Monday Basilica di Santa Maria in Aracoeli Nostalgic Quest
I am trying out the Mesh Gallery as invited by Daily Post Photo Challenge. I don’t use Apple products, that leaves me no options but to use the Mesh Gallery […]
II Vittoriano, a white marbled monument in Rome (Italy), was completed during Mussolini’s rule and it was received many criticisms. During its construction, it destroyed some part of the Capitoline Hill and historical […]
Roman Forum in Rome (Italy) is a plaza of Roman ruins that used to be a market area in the ancient Romans. It is a confusing complex if you asked […]
Our tour to the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel started with a bad mood. I booked and paid the tour in advance through the ‘Around Rome Tours’ website. However, on […]
Basilica referred to Roman’s architecture with halls with high ceiling and three long aisles. The ancient Romans used Basilica as a public court or indoor markets. After the Christianity was legalized by […]
The Colosseum (Coliseum) is one of the great Roman’s architectures that survive for 2,000 years, even after several natural disaster attacks. It becomes a monument of inhuman games tradition for […]