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Antipodes πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ Oct 15
Double helix Bramante staircase at the Vatican Museum. Designed by Giueseppe Momo in 1932 to mimic the Vatican’s original Bramante staircase built in 1505. The original stair was designed to allow passage by both people and pack animals
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Michael Cuddihy 2h
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Isobel Kingdon Oct 16
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Dylan J. Morgan 16h
On foot is the best way to experience this incredible city! Arrivederci Roma
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Cogito 2h
The current cast of the Roman army evolution series over on , drawing them has been a blast.
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Mark Hawkins 13h
Walking around before work
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Catholic News Agency Oct 10
likened to hiring a hitman during his general audience in today. β€œIs it right to take a human life to solve a problem? It's like hiring a hitman," the pope said.
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Leighmundo 9h
Have to be honest, hasn't been one of my favourite holiday destinations, but then we stumbled on this!
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Dawn 56m
I was told vacation calories don't count so..
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Club of Rome India 13h
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Italy Translated 15h
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David Garrett 4h
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Megan Williams Oct 15
This video for the upcoming protest in Rome against the sorry condition of the city is pretty accurate.
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Bernice Chan 1h
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Mark Hawkins Oct 16
My hotel, cost a small fortune smells of damp, has a death elevator but has a pretty good view through the 1ft wide window πŸ˜‚πŸ“·
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Ei Sun OH 胑逸山 1h
Catching a glimpse of πŸ‘¨πŸ»β€πŸŽ¨ in
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GiorgiaV Oct 15
When visiting , tourists usually (and comprehensibly) focus on its remains. Today for the series I'll take you through the city of Pope Paschal I (817-24) who, in only 7 years, left a permanent mark on 's sacred topography 1/11
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GiorgiaV 5h
Replying to @ParvaVox
We're not sure about what happened after his death, but it appears that his companions continued the pilgrimage and reached where they probably donated the Bible to Pope Gregory II thus fulfilling Ceolfrith's wish. Then, we know nothing for the next 150 years. 4/
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Leighmundo 12h
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Gabriela Martel 11h
Inspiring quote from , International Coordinator of at the exhibition at in . Words from an inspirational woman!
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