Rome, Florence, Cortona (Tuscany),
Cinque Terre, Lake Como
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|Interior of the Colosseum. The damage is primarily due to cannibalizing building materials over the centuries rather than natural disasters.
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|Nora and Eric in the Colosseum
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|The Foro Romano (Roman Forum)
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|While driving I saw many inscrutable street signs. This one seems to mean, "The Street Is Here"
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|Eric and Rabab in Il Ponentino, a small restaurant where we had lunch in the Trastevere area of Rome
|Castel' San Angelo as seen from a boat tour along the Tiber River
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|An odd display we saw near the boat dock. No idea of the story behind this.
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|All that's left of the Circus Maximus (Greatest Circle) is a grass and dirt park suitable for resting cyclists. Originally this was used for chariot races and other public displays and had seating for over a quarter of a million.
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|Nora, Rabab and Eric at the foot of the Spanish Steps
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