Last day in Rome

These photos were the last day of our visit in Rome at least for this year. It was our busiest day during our trip in Rome since we really wanted to see all the places, anyway, we still couldn’t manage to see all. We hope to visit again next time.

1. The Vittorio Emanuele II Monument (also called The Vittoriano). It rises from the foot of the Capitol Hill and it’s the heart of the city. You will be able to take all beautiful photos when you buy the ticket to the top. It’s a free entrance in case you wish to see the view on the top of monument – the ticket is 7€, you will go up with the elevator. It will be opened at 9.30am and will be closed at 6.30pm (Mon – Fri) and closed at 7.30pm (Sat-Sun).

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2. The Pantheon – the glory of Rome which is the city’s only architecturally intact monument from classical times. It was built in 27 B.C. by Agrippa and dedicated to the gods of Julian family. It’s a free entrance.

The Pantheon, is in the middle of Rotonda Square

The Pantheon, is in the middle of Rotonda Square

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3. The Mouth of Truth and Round Temple or The Temple of Vesta

The mouth of Truth is located in the church of Santa Maria. Long time ago, it was believed that if one told a lie with one’s hand in the mouth of the sculpture, it would be bitten off. It’s a free entrance.

The mouth of truth was a manhole cover of the famous Cloaca Massima.

The mouth of truth was a manhole cover of the famous Cloaca Massima.

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The Round Temple or the Temple of Vesta or the Temple of Hercules Victor. It was built in 2nd century B.C, the oldest Roman temple built of marble.

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The Round Temple

 

4. The Rose Garden

Well, this one is the favorite place of many girls including me. They have many kinds of roses, around 1,400 kinds. They could make me gain back my power after walking many hours. It’s a free entrance.

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5. Squares / Piazza, roads, Fountains around the city

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2 responses to “Last day in Rome

  1. Hi – I just discovered your blog on another blog we both follow. We’re going to Rome this July – glad to have found this post!

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    • Hi! Thanks for your lovely comment! Yes Rome is very beautiful. I am sorry I am not a professional blogger so if you don’t understand anything, pls don’t mind.

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