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Rome, Italy

In ancient times, the Romans built extensive road networks spanning thousands of miles, with all roads leading to the capital of the world, Rome. Though the city may no longer hold that same status nowadays, it is still one of the world's most visited capitals, and there is little wonder why. For more than two and half millennia and with the help of Caesars, popes, artists, and common folk, it has stacked up an innumerable amount of evocative antiquities and monuments. These include everything from UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as the grandiose Colosseum and Pantheon, extraordinary Renaissance and Baroque wonders seen in the architecture of buildings and adorning the walls and ceilings of churches, and cobbled streets leading to beguiling piazzas with beautifully sculpted fountains. And all this can pretty much be found around every corner, making the term 'open-air museum' so perfectly fitting. To top it all off, it's also among the warmest of the European capitals so how could it not be nicknamed the Eternal City.

Piazza Navona Balcony

Rome, Italy

Ponte Sant'Angelo

Rome, Italy

City Streets

Rome, Italy

Pantheon

Rome, Italy

Domes Of Rome

Rome, Italy

Coloured Walls

Rome, Italy

Window Views

Rome, Italy

Via Della Dogana Vecchia

Rome, Italy

Tiber Island

Rome, Italy

Altare della Patria

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Tiber River

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Summer Noon

Rome, Italy

Tourist Souvenirs

Rome, Italy

Through The Trees

Rome, Italy

Via Del Corso

Rome, Italy

Roman Forum

Rome, Italy

Crates

Rome, Italy

River Strolls

Rome, Italy

Arcade Walk

Rome, Italy

Silhouettes

Rome, Italy

Roman Forum

Rome, Italy

Have Roma

Rome, Italy

Church Ceiling

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Rainy Day

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St Paul's Cathedral

Rome, Italy

Amore Mio

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Building Facade

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Church Corridor

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Autumn Day

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Cityscape

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Attraction Rush

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Streets

Rome, Italy

Rowing The Tiber

Rome, Italy