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02 June 2017

Rome, Italy - Treasures Of The Art on Every Step


Visit Rome in one day is possible in sense that where you go, you always find something extraordianry and fantastic. In my previous post ( One or Two Hours in Rome, Italy )we began to walk in the direction of Largo Argentina where we have to visit the place of the murder of Julius Cesar.

There are thousands of ways to go there, but we choosed the most short one from Roma Termini. We will arrive there in 25 minutes and turn back in 1 hour.The view from Piazza della Repubblica arrives to the end of the street, so we have to reach what we see there very far.

Visit Rome, Italy

There are many stalls everywhere even if there are not many persons in the street Saturday morning.


Some steps - and we arrive in front of a very interesting church. Unfortinally, it was closed. Why I  wanted so much to enter it ? Because there are so precious mosaics inside it that the government of Italy inserted it into the list of the national treasures of art.

Nothing to do: some photos outside and I continue my walk.
If you want to learn more before you follow my steps, you can study the site of the church ( St. Paul's Within the Walls Episcopal Church, Rome, Italy)
St. Paul's Within the Walls Episcopal Church, Rome, Italy

St. Paul's Within the Walls Episcopal Church, Rome, Italy
As in many places in Italy, you can find many many nice bars litterally every 10 meters. I live 22 years here, but I still adore to eat "cornetti" in bars. They are so tasty, you know... but if you think about your weight, you have never eat more than 1 a week because they will ruine your weight loss program.


A bar in Rome, Italy
Two steps more and we arrive in this beautiful square. You see this eye catching Palace of Expositions first of all. But than... Oh, this is the alive confirmation how much changed the level of the streets in Rome. This incredible building was consecrated in 402 !!!!

The site of the church will tell you many interesting about the history of this holy place ( Parrocchia Santi Vitale e Compagni Martiri in Fovea )

What is very interesting to "discover": the painted columns of the church are very very similar to the painted columns of Oplontis (and there are examples in Pompei, too)

Parrocchia Santi Vitale e Compagni Martiri in Fovea, Rome, Italy

Parrocchia Santi Vitale e Compagni Martiri in Fovea, Rome, Italy

Parrocchia Santi Vitale e Compagni Martiri in Fovea, Rome, Italy

Parrocchia Santi Vitale e Compagni Martiri in Fovea, Rome, Italy

Parrocchia Santi Vitale e Compagni Martiri in Fovea, Rome, Italy

Parrocchia Santi Vitale e Compagni Martiri in Fovea, Rome, Italy

Painted columns, Parrocchia Santi Vitale e Compagni Martiri in Fovea, Rome, Italy

Parrocchia Santi Vitale e Compagni Martiri in Fovea, Rome, Italy

Parrocchia Santi Vitale e Compagni Martiri in Fovea, Rome, Italy

Parrocchia Santi Vitale e Compagni Martiri in Fovea, Rome, Italy

Parrocchia Santi Vitale e Compagni Martiri in Fovea, Rome, Italy

Parrocchia Santi Vitale e Compagni Martiri in Fovea, Rome, Italy

Palace of the Expositions, Rome, Italy

Palace of the Expositions, Rome, Italy
As I said before, it's difficult to add all the photos in one post, so...
In the next post we will continue our walk in Rome, Italy


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