What I Love about Rome in Photos

Rome's Colosseum

Rome’s Colosseum

On the streets of Rome

On the streets of Rome

Crowds at Trevi Fountain in Rome

Crowds at Trevi Fountain in Rome

Spanish Steps in Rome

Spanish Steps in Rome

Traffic in Rome

Traffic in Rome

Clergy on the streets near the Vatican

Clergy on the streets near the Vatican

The Temple of Hercules Victor in Rome

The Temple of Hercules Victor in Rome

Castel San Angelo

Castel San Angelo

Santa Maria Maggiore Church in Rome

Santa Maria Maggiore Church in Rome

Piazza Navona

Piazza Navona

St Peter's Square at the Vatican

St Peter’s Square at the Vatican

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14 Responses to What I Love about Rome in Photos

  1. cnels2 says:

    Margie, talk about walking down memory row!! I cant wait to get back….your wonderful photos remind me of the many layers that is only found in Roma!

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  2. Margie, your photos are awesome! I can’t wait to visit someday (although I feel I’m in the photo’s when I’m looking at them!). Keep them coming 🙂

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  3. Cindi Brashear says:

    Great shots Margie, can’t wait to return to Roma!

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  4. imarancher says:

    Beautiful. I notice that monoliths are featured plentifully but have never seen them except in your photos. Good to see the “usual suspects” but even better to see a little something different.

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  5. imarancher says:

    PS imarancher = Bonnie D.

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  6. I love Rome and your photos only help to increase my desire to return.

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  7. Gorgeous shots! Makes you want to visit!

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  8. megtraveling says:

    Those are great reasons to love Rome – great pictures!

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  9. Thank you so much!
    So glad you enjoyed the photos. Rome is a photo opportunity, as is most of Italy!

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  10. Diane says:

    Oh…how you want to make me travel. We were just in Paris. Guess I’ll be adding Rome to the bucket list now too – smile. Thanks for the travel break 🙂

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