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Chiesa di Santa Maria del Giglio

Chiesa di Santa Maria del Giglio

A member of staff of the 'Cicchetteria Venexiana' bacaro arranges a display of cicchetti on June 17, 2011 in Venice, Italy. The bacari, open...

Bacari And Cicchetti: The Venetian Culture Of Aperitifs

A member of staff of the 'Cicchetteria Venexiana' bacaro arranges a display of cicchetti on June 17, 2011 in Venice, Italy. The bacari, open...

the Metropolitan Museum of Art at 1050 Fifth Avenue

the Metropolitan Museum of Art at 1050 Fifth Avenue

Bomarzo (Lazio, Italy) by Alfeo It matters not which direction I was going, for I have found your door. by Larry Philipp

Bomarzo (Lazio, Italy) by Alfeo It matters not which direction I was going, for I have found your door. by Larry Philipp

The tiered design of St Bride's Church in Fleet Street, London, is believed to have been the inspiration for the tiered wedding cake.

The tiered design of St Bride's Church in Fleet Street, London, is believed to have been the inspiration for the tiered wedding cake.

Facciata sul Canal Grande del Fontego dei Turchi, sede del Museo di Storia Naturale  Palazzo Ducale - Venice, Italy

Facciata sul Canal Grande del Fontego dei Turchi, sede del Museo di Storia Naturale Palazzo Ducale - Venice, Italy

Pasta Shop Keeper ~ Naples, Italy

5x la cucina campana in Nederland - Italie in Bedrijf

Scenic Siena

Scenic Siena

The Pantheon is a Roman temple that is dedicated to the Roman Gods. It has a triangular roof with a dome on the top, with Corinthian style columns. It is well known as the best preserved building in Rome. Under the reign of Hadrian in about 125 CE the Pantheon was fully completed. The Pantheon today is actually the third Pantheon on that current site. The first by Agrippa was burned to the ground. The second by Domitian was struck by lightning, and the third by Trajan and still remains…

Pantheon

The Pantheon is a Roman temple that is dedicated to the Roman Gods. It has a triangular roof with a dome on the top, with Corinthian style columns. It is well known as the best preserved building in Rome. Under the reign of Hadrian in about 125 CE the Pantheon was fully completed. The Pantheon today is actually the third Pantheon on that current site. The first by Agrippa was burned to the ground. The second by Domitian was struck by lightning, and the third by Trajan and still remains…