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Capoccia Symbol

Capoccia Symbol

Rom, Via Borghese, Palazzo Borghese, Fontana dell'Abbondanza im Innenhof (fountain of the Abundance in the courtyard)

Vatican Rome, The Courtyard, Rome Italy, Courtyards, Abundance, Palazzo, Fountain, Prinz Charles, Kardinal

© Herbert List .Statue of the Wolf with Romulus and Remus (Capitoline Hill, Rome).

This statue commemorates the mythical founding of Rome, Italy. The city was THE ancient, global superpower. "All roads lead to Rome. Statue of the Female Wolf with Romulus and Remus (La Lupa Capitolina - Capitoline Hill, Rome)

Capoccia Symbol

Capoccia Symbol

Full Moon & Rome memo to self:  Make sure the moon will be full when we go

Rome moonlight outside the coliseum.historical beauty that inspires so much in me.

Rome, Pantheon. Meaning "to every god" - so may my God be glorified by this marvellous structure! Now, two thousand years after it was built, the dome is still the world's largest unreinforced concrete dome. (It is a perfect semi-sphere, 43m in diameter, this is also the measurement of the distance from the floor to the top of the dome! Initially a Roman temple, and in 609, Pope Boniface IV converted it into a Christian church. Visited with Kobus in 1999

It's All About Famous Landmarks Zoomed Out To Show Their Surroundings - Caveman Circus

The icon of Rome's foundation, a life-size bronze statue of a she-wolf with two human infants suckling her, is about 1,700 years younger than its city, Rome's officials admitted on Saturday. The official announcement, made at the Capitoline Museums, where the 30 inch-high bronze is the centerpiece of a dedicated room, quashes the belief that the sculpture was adopted by the earliest Romans as a symbol for their city.

The Capitoline wolf, a bronze sculpture which depicts a she-wolf suckling the twins Romulus and Remus.

Alessandro Capoccia: Milan

(JPEG Image, 500 × 672 pixels)Childhood picture of Isadora Duncan, who is considered by many to be the creator of modern dance.

Paint colors from Chip It! by Sherwin-Williams

On the other side of Castello, Venice by Chris Chabot. My dream house looks like this

Rom, Piazza Colonna, Brunnen im Innenhof des Palazzo Ferrajoli (fountain in the courtyard of the Ferrajoli Palace) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!...

Rom, Piazza Colonna, Brunnen im Innenhof des Palazzo Ferrajoli (fountain in the courtyard of the Ferrajoli Palace) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!...