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  Rome


cwo3ward @ 07/ 27/ 2009
Emperor Trajan chronicled his exploits on a tall column in Rome.
cwo3ward @ 08/ 15/ 2009
The Arch of Constantine was built to remember the Emperor Constantine, who made Christianity the official religion of the Roman Empire.
cwo3ward @ 08/ 16/ 2009
Emperor Hadrian's final burial place was anything but final, as it was used as a prison and as apartments for the Pope.
cwo3ward @ 08/ 16/ 2009
Once you've been inside the Pantheon, you'll appreciate the unbelievable design of the dome and the massive granite columns in the front of the building.
cwo3ward @ 09/ 12/ 2009
"A flawless diamond, born of the ancient elements with such perfection that all those who saw it could only stare in wonder."
cwo3ward @ 09/ 12/ 2009
Bernini's Fountain of the Four Rivers in Piazza Navona was the site of the fifth brand.
cwo3ward @ 09/ 12/ 2009
The Church of Santa Maria della Vittoria was where the FIRE brand was discovered.
cwo3ward @ 09/ 12/ 2009
Robert Langdon discovered the third brand at the base of the great obelisk in St. Peter's Square.
cwo3ward @ 09/ 12/ 2009
The second ambigram was discovered at the Chigi Chapel.
cwo3ward @ 11/ 06/ 2009
In Roman times, Ephesus was second in population only to Rome.
cwo3ward @ 11/ 25/ 2009
It took two trips to finally see the inside. I was in awe. I still am.
cwo3ward @ 01/ 04/ 2011
Villa Borghese was built by Scipione Borghese as a suburban party villa. It was also used as a place to keep his art collection.
cwo3ward @ 02/ 05/ 2011
When there is a vacancy, a new Pope is elected in this chapel.
nick.oddrod @ 02/ 12/ 2011
The baths were intended for bathing and they were also a social destination, where you could relax and mingle with other citizens.
Denise Gabbard @ 04/ 19/ 2011
When visiting the eternal city, staying in the historic city center is both thrilling and super-convenient to all the amazing sights you will want to see.
cwo3ward @ 11/ 17/ 2013
The wealthy and important people of Rome built some amazing things for themselves. This pyramid is the only one that remains.
Ashishdynamite5 @ 06/ 09/ 2016
The earliest historical reference to sunglasses dates back to ancient China and Rome. The Roman Emperor Nero watched gladiator fights through polished gems.

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