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Google Image Result for http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/81/Casina_Valadier_051112-45.JPG

An in depth guide to homemade Italian (American) tomato sauce (for pastas…

An in Depth Guide to Homemade Italian (American) Tomato Sauce (for Pastas, Spaghetti, Lasagna, Etc.)

Progressive formation of an asymmetric fold evolving into a thrust with related ramp anticline.  #ScienzeGeologichePage

Texas Bureau of Economic Geology: The Big Bend of the Rio Grande: A Guide to the Rocks, Geologic History, and Settlers of the Area of Big Bend National Park (Geology, Place Names, and Legends)

A fresco at Pompeii depicting a literate female Etruscan browsing through a scroll

Books: A Living History

A fresco from Pompeii depicting a literate female Etruscan browsing through a scroll, Archeological Museum, Naples

Trevi Fountain in Rome... Hopefully next summer I'll be here studying abroad!

Rome, Italy

Trevi Fountain Rome, Italy My mother and I traveled all around Italy. If you turn your back to the fountain and throw a coin in you are supposed to return to Italy.

pendant designs by Holbein:  Renaissance Jewelry - Antique Jewelry University

Designs for Pendant Jewels by Hans Holbein. Six designs for pendant jewels; ink and washes on paper, British Museum, London.

Moses - Michelangelo Buonarroti.  Marble sculpture.  235 cm.  1513-1515.  S. Pietro, Vincoli, Rome.

Michelangelo Sculptures

Michelangelo's Moses is the central figure in the tomb of Pope Julius II. Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni was an Italian Renaissance sculptor, painter, architect, poet, and engineer.

Painted in the warm earth tones typical of the period, this Michigan Italianate is small, but still bursting with ornamentation. (Photo: Joe Hilliard)

Italianate Architecture and History

Painted in the warm earth tones typical of the period, this Michigan Italianate is small, but still bursting with ornamentation. (Photo: Joe Hilliard) - maybe the Clinton house?

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