No visit to Rome is complete without seeing its magnificent Colosseum (Colosseo), a vast amphitheater with seating for 55,000 ... More
No visit to Rome is complete without seeing its magnificent Colosseum (Colosseo), a vast amphitheater with seating for 55,000 that was designed as a horse racing circuit and arena for animal fighting and gladiatorial battles. After its completion, spectacular 100-day celebrations were organized as part of the opening ceremony in 72 BCE. Its name is believed to come from Nero's enormous statue of Colossus that stood close by.
NEVER HAVE BEEN THERE LIKE TO SEE HOW THIS PLACE LOOKS LIKE!IS IT BEATIFUL THERE? IS THERE BEATUFUL THINGS THERE IS THERE PEOPLE THAT LOVE TO TALK WITH PEPLE AND DO THEY LOVRE TO STAY THERE AND TALK ABOUT THERE MEMORIES?????/
there was nothing there to do all there was was some pieces of stone every where lame!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!it was so not worth the money and time. i would never recommend this place to someone else
what i liked about being in Europe was that they had AWESOME food there! They had much better therre than they do in America.This is my oppinion, but i really loved the swiss pasta ronni, bratworsts, and my favorite was the European meatballs with the kattbular on it, and boiled patatoes smothered ingravy and toast on the side with lingonberry jam. Mmm...yum! :) me and my pals had gone to this one really cool theater there. Except they dont movies on the big screen...What they do is make up plays about the old time in greece and New Romans Ultra Gods and other cool plays. I just loved their costumes! They are WAY different costumes that we have in Wisconsin. Except there is less people in the building and they dont sell candies, either pop...but they do sell great fruit and vegatable sheakes. (in my own words...i didn't like the vegatable shakes...at all. :( but owell.)
I went to Rome with my friends and lasted two weeks. We had lots of fun because we never stoped visiting the sites, we were always on the go. The most beautiful place to us was the Vatican. There were other interesting places that we enjoyed like the Castle San Angelo and lots of other amazing places that we visited.
The Navicella fountain is situated in front of the Chiesa di Santa Maria in Domnica in Celio. It was erected
by Pope Leon X around 1520. Its design was based on a pre existing boat found near the Colosseum ...
Construction of this palace begun in 1455 for the Venetian cardinal, Pietro Barbi, who made it his residence. Construction of
the first palace was completed shortly before his election to the Papacy in 1464 when he adopted the name ...
A legend exists that tells of the apparition of Archangel Michael on the Mole Adrianea (today the Castel Sant'Angelo )
when Rome was hit by the plague. It is said that the angel had a sword in his hand ...