Remains of the Via Appia, the Roman road connecting Rome to Brindisi, Puglia, southern Italy. Parts of the Via Appia are still in use today. In comparison, modern highways are a joke.

Rome and Amalfi Coast Tour

Remains of the Via Appia, the Roman road connecting Rome to Brindisi, Puglia, southern Italy. Parts of the Via Appia are still in use today. In comparison, modern highways are a joke. ----omg wanna see this/travel it

Foro Italico, Rome

Foro Italico, Rome -- Mussolini's sports complex, with a series of muscular naked statues with sports equipment (naked skiing, anyone?

Accademia di Scherma (aka Casa delle Armi) al Foro Italico, Roma IT (1933-36) | Luigi Moretti

Accademia di Scherma (aka Casa delle Armi) al Foro Italico, Roma IT

Origins & Prophecy. COGwriter.com https://flipboard.com/section/-origins-%26-prophecy-bUdsMU

For the Romans, the cult of Sol Invictus or 'Undefeated Sun' was supreme. Roman Emperor Constantine adhered to it so much that even when he embraced Christianity, he changed the day of Sabbath from Friday to SUN-day!

Ponte Flaminio This eagle is one of the symbol of Rome. The shewolf and the twins represent the city of Rome, the eagle represent all the region Lazio. #TuscanyAgriturismoGiratola

Ponte Flaminio This eagle is one of the symbol of Rome. The shewolf and the twins represent the city of Rome, the eagle represent all the region Lazio.

Stadio dei Marmi in Rome to host 2017 Hyundai Archery World Cup Final

World Archery’s annual international circuit will conclude its season in September in the Italian capital.

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