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Vatican

Vatican

Barcelona!!! The city I love!!! ;))

Barcelona!!! The city I love!!! ;))

Paris!!

Paris!!

Friends!!! ;P

Friends!!! ;P

Summer time!!! (alicante,Spain)

Summer time!!! (alicante,Spain)

Rome

Rome

Rome

Rome


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Rome, Italy

Rome, Italy

Donan-Castle-Scotland

Donan-Castle-Scotland

The Frevi Fountain. Late fall and winter are the best times, as it is much less crowded, and if you rise early in the morning, sometimes you can have it all to yourself.

The Frevi Fountain. Late fall and winter are the best times, as it is much less crowded, and if you rise early in the morning, sometimes you can have it all to yourself.

Full Moon over Prague. <nxt year maybe:)

Full Moon over Prague. <nxt year maybe:)

Palais Garnier, Paris, France

Palais Garnier, Paris, France

Hans Zimmer & Lisa Gerrard - Sorrow HD

Hans Zimmer & Lisa Gerrard - Sorrow HD

the Edwardian gardens created by Lady Powis, Powis Castle

I see velvet lawns

the Edwardian gardens created by Lady Powis, Powis Castle

Les chateaux de la Loire, France. Photos by Alix Bancourt --- they were all within driving distance when we lived in Orleans ...

Les chateaux de la Loire, France. Photos by Alix Bancourt --- they were all within driving distance when we lived in Orleans ...

Piazza D' Spagna (Spanish Steps), Rome, Italy. #spanishsteps

Piazza D' Spagna (Spanish Steps), Rome, Italy. #spanishsteps

Arch of Constantine, A.D. 315 (Forum, Rome). If you are a Christian, were raised a Christian, or simply belong to a so-called "Christian nation," ponder this arch. It marks one of the great turning points in history — the military coup that made Christianity mainstream. As the sun set on October 27, 312, two rival Roman armies were preparing to face off outside Rome to determine the next ruler. Emperor Constantine gazed into the sun and saw a mysterious sign, convincing him that the…

Arch of Constantine, A.D. 315 (Forum, Rome). If you are a Christian, were raised a Christian, or simply belong to a so-called "Christian nation," ponder this arch. It marks one of the great turning points in history — the military coup that made Christianity mainstream. As the sun set on October 27, 312, two rival Roman armies were preparing to face off outside Rome to determine the next ruler. Emperor Constantine gazed into the sun and saw a mysterious sign, convincing him that the…

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