A Photo Tour of Rome
Founded more than 2700 years ago, the history importance of the ancient city of Rome has been drawing the interest of many a traveller ever since the city turned from brick, to marble in an effort to show the world the might and prosperity of the ever-increasing stretch of the Empire.
What remains today is a sprawling chaos of Ancient Rome with the modern day, with buildings of all ages springing up and growing in and around any space that can be found and it’s yet again, another reason that so many people travel across the world to see it all, but it’s not so easy.
As large as it is, it’s not always easy to see everything you wish in a long weekend in Italy’s capital, so, in an effort to help you narrow down the list of what you’d like to see on your next trip to Roma, Italy; here’s a travel photo tour of the city of Rome.
The ColosseumCreative Commons credit to angloitalian followus
Via Appia AnticaCreative Commons credit to Luca Di Ciaccio
St PetersCreative Commons credit to dslrtravel.com
Roman ForumCreative Commons credit to Benson Kua
Villa BorgheseCreative Commons credit to angloitalian followus
Square ColosseumCreative Commons credit to angloitalian followus
Spanish StepsCreative Commons credit to Smo_Q
Piazza ColonnaCreative Commons credit to imagina
Piazza della RepubblicaCreative Commons credit to sapiamaia
Trevi FountainCreative Commons credit to angloitalian followus
Galleria Alberto SordiCreative Commons credit to imagina
Castel Sant AngeloCreative Commons credit to angloitalian followus
Monument of Vittorio Emanuele IICreative Commons credit to angloitalian followus
PantheonCreative Commons credit to angloitalian followus
Pyramid of CestiusCreative Commons credit to Prof. Mortel
Piazza del PopoloCreative Commons credit to Nicola since 1972