Stroll in Rome

I simply love walking around the city center and, as much as I know it well, it seems there is always something I haven't seen or noticed. Literally every corner hides a surprise. Here below are a few pictures I took after my stroll yesterday. Things old and new. Things I knew and things I have learnt. I hope you will enjoy the photos.

Piazza Costaguti

Piazza  Costaguti - The Building where poet P.P. Pasolini lived shortly

Roman poet G.G. Belli was born here

Church of St. Eustace


Poet Aldo Palazzeschi lived here

Decorated building

Madonnella & Arco della Ciambella

Teatro Marcello 
Heading to the Tiberina Island

Broken bridge


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