A year ago we were in Rome! And what an amazing trip it was full of history and wonder. Inspiration was everywhere – from the ancient ruins to the doors that people use every day. Some of the doors turned into paintings once we got home. All memories of a trip.
One of the first sites we came to was Trajan’s Column which is an amazing piece of ancient art! This marble column with its stand is about 125′ tall and 11′ in diameter. Spiralling around it 23 times is a frieze that tells the story of wars between the Romans and the Dacians from 102-106AD.
As a tourist we greatly appreciated the fresh, cold, drinkable water flowing from fountains around the city – originally built by the Romans 2,000 years ago.
We also appreciated the modern fruit stands for their refreshing modern day treats!
The Colluseum and Vatican were fabulous to see, as were the churches, statues and paintings!
For me it will be the doors I remember as I continue to wonder who built them, how did they live, who lives there now?
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