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The Capitoline Museums

29 November 2018 No Comments

The Capitoline museums were born in 1471, when Pope Sixtus IV donated to the People of Rome some bronze statues. Successive popes expanded this collection with works found during excavations in Rome and Vatican.     The museums collections are displayed in two buildings: Palazzo dei Conservatori and Palazzo Nuovo. These two buidings are linked

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Baths of Diocletian

8 November 2018 No Comments

The Baths of Diocletian were built between 298 and 306 and they are the largest in the ancient Roman world.The main halls (frigidarium, tepidarium and calidarium) were aligned along a central axis and all the other halls were placed around this axis. In 1561 Pope Pius IV built a basilica inside the area of the

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Finalmente Roma! — The #1 Itinerary

22 October 2018 No Comments

After all this time, we are finally in Rome! The one thing that stood out to me was all the relics from Egypt. Like, how did they get them here? What ship can carry a pyramid? These are questions the world may never know. The history running in this city is strong. You can feel […]

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The ruins of rome — The #1 Itinerary

22 October 2018 No Comments

The more we explored Rome, the older the man-made structures got. Taken by Hugo Morel edited on Instagram Rome is such a beautiful city. However, there’s a part of Rome that makes the human life span feel inferior. To see these thousands of years old structures is something everybody should experience. Taken by Hugo Morel […]

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The Catacombs of Rome — The #1 Itinerary

22 October 2018 No Comments

When we think of Catacombs, we think of the one’s in Paris; however, Rome has a few as well. Although, they are not as dark as the ones in Paris, but they are still creepy. Photo taken by Hugo Morel As we were going down the steps, I truly had no idea what I was […]

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