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Christmas in Rome

Christmas in Rome, Italy. Where the tree is standing is where hundreds of Christians were slaughtered in the beginning of Christianity. I stood on that very spot in the

Pantheon Rome. I dream of going there some day.

The Pantheon, one of the best-preserved Roman buildings. It has been in continuous use throughout its history, and since the century has been used as a Roman Catholic church

St. Peter's Basilica, Rome.

Italy - Rome This building looks so beautiful lit up at dusk. Rome is most definitely on my bucket list :-)

The Spanish Steps - Rome, Italy

The Spanish Steps, Rome, Italy. The first place me and Jerry walked to our first night in Rome.

What better place to celebrate Christmas than in the Eternal City where it all began. Whether you’re keen to embrace the religious side of Christmas or simply want to see the Italian way of life, Christmas in Rome is sure to be an unforgettable experience for all.

Ways to Celebrate Christmas and New Year's Eve in Rome - Recommendations for Tours, Trips & Tickets


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The Rome Colosseum ~ construction began in 72 AD and completed in 80 AD, Italy

Mikey and Preston say this would be their dream place to go. The Rome Colosseum ~ construction began in 72 AD and completed in 80 AD, Italy

bucket list travel destination where you can wander around the famous Colosseum. This amphitheater was the site of gladiator battles and other spectacles of ancient Rome.

Steps in Trastevere

Steps in Trastevere, Rome, province of Rome, Lazio. Will your visit Italy itinerary take you there?

Christmas in Riverwalk, San Antonio, Texas

Christmas in Riverwalk, San Antonio, Texas This place is so beautiful when it is lit up. Christmas on the Riverwalk is becoming a family tradition

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Spanish Steps (Scalinata della Trinità dei Monti) - Rome, Italy - - 137 steps in 12 irregular flights linking the beautiful Piazza de Spagna (Spanish Square named after the Spanish Embassy to the Holy See) at the bottom & the French Church