Roofs of Rome

The art of building great things and finishing them with lots of style!

10 thoughts on “Roofs of Rome

  1. I look at the roofs and doors and windows and I doubt anyone would be interested in taking pictures if they survived a 100 years. I think it is super that you share all these photos.

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    1. I had skipped your comment, I am sorry. I find them much more interesting than monuments, the everyday life signs on the building we live in or that we cross along tge street are just like the signs on our faces… They are part of a smaller history, a kind that we usually do nor read in books so I am saving them in this blog! 😉

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  2. To be honest, I love the chaos in Rome that defies categorization as the throngs of people around the Colosseum or the Termini Station.

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