Thursday, 24 November 2011

General impressions of Rome

Everywhere in Rome, you see beautiful buildings. In our individual articles, we have already published some photos and information. To give you a general impression, we added some pictures of the National Museum, Villa Borghese, churches, shopping streets, a funny mini bus, and the Tiber. Rome is a city full of life, ideal to walk through. Wear good shoes and don’t underestimate the distances.

Overal in Rome zie je mooie gebouwen. In onze individuele artikelen, hebben we reeds wat foto’s en informatie gepubliceerd. Om u een algemene indruk te geven, hebben we wat foto’s toegevoegd van het Nationale Museum, Villa Borghese, kerken, winkelstraten, een leuke minibus, en de Tiber. Rome is een stad vol leven en ideaal om door te wandelen. Draag goede schoenen en onderschat de afstanden niet.

General Impressions Rome
General Impressions Rome
General Impressions Rome
General Impressions Rome
General Impressions Rome
General Impressions Rome
General Impressions Rome
General Impressions Rome
General Impressions Rome
General Impressions Rome
General Impressions Rome
Previous Rome article: The architectural wonder of the Pantheon

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8 comments:

  1. Prachtige gebouwen die stuk voor stuk erg mooi zijn....idd Filip, men vergist zich vaak in de afstanden....maar waar je ook bent in deze mooie stad....het lijkt wel één groot openluchtmuseum.

    Groet, Joop

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  2. Eine interessante Stadt mit tollen Bauwerken und grossartiger Architektur...
    Liebe Grüsse Karin

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  3. beautiful buildings and architecture indeed, it's inspiring how the architecture geniuses before left us with these masterpieces.

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  4. Photo No 11 is outstandingly composed! Well Taken!

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  5. Another great post on Rome, Filip!! We walked across that bridge after our tour of the Vatican, on our way to visit more of the amazing sights!!

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  6. you are so right! walking in Rome is real sport.-) did you enjoy Villa Borghese inside?...it looks really hot, how many Italian "gelato"-s (ice-creams) did u have:-))?

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  7. @Jana - We did not go into Villa Borghese, it was indeed hot and we had only one ice cream.

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