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  • Happy Easter 🐣 and... happy birthday to Rome! 
I had a colazione pasquale with friends, a Roman tradition that involves eating cheese and ham and eggs and chocolate at 11am and washing it down with Prosecco. So I’d say Easter is going pretty well ☺️ Hope you’re all eating and drinking as much as possible today too!
  • Happy Easter 🐣 and... happy birthday to Rome!
    I had a colazione pasquale with friends, a Roman tradition that involves eating cheese and ham and eggs and chocolate at 11am and washing it down with Prosecco. So I’d say Easter is going pretty well ☺️ Hope you’re all eating and drinking as much as possible today too!
  • 269 6 21 April, 2019
  • ☝️☝🏾 #handie
  • ☝️☝🏾 #handie
  • 127 1 22 hours ago
  • El espectacular Coliseo de Roma, se viste de diferentes colores según la ocasión 💪🏽🔝🆒🏛🆕📯🆙
  • El espectacular Coliseo de Roma, se viste de diferentes colores según la ocasión 💪🏽🔝🆒🏛🆕📯🆙
  • 1,256 35 2 April, 2019

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  • Staje luntana da stu core
A te volo cu 'o penziero
Niente voglio e niente spero
Ca tenerte sempe a fianco a me 
Si sicura 'e chist'ammore
Comm'i só sicuro 'e te

Oje vita, oje vita mia
Oje core 'e chistu core
Si stata 'o primmo ammore
E 'o primmo e ll'ùrdemo sarraje pe' me

Quanta notte nun te veco
Nun te sento 'int'a sti bbracce
Nun te vaso chesta faccia
Nun t'astregno forte 'mbraccio a me?!
Ma, scetánnome 'a sti suonne
Mme faje chiagnere pe' te

Oje vita, oje vita mia
Oje core 'e chistu core
Si stata 'o primmo ammore
E 'o primmo e ll'ùrdemo sarraje pe' me

Scrive sempe e sta' cuntenta
Io nun penzo che a te sola
Nu penziero mme cunzola
Ca tu pienze sulamente a me
'A cchiù bella 'e tutt"e bbelle
Nun è maje cchiù bella 'e te!

Oje vita, oje vita mia
Oje core 'e chistu core
Si stata 'o primmo ammore
E 'o primmo e ll'ùrdemo sarraje pe' me

Oje vita, oje vita mia
Oje core 'e chistu core
Si stata 'o primmo ammore
E 'o primmo e ll'ùrdemo sarraje pe' me
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#osurdatonnammurato #toromewithlove #rome #vita #life #resilience #time #timeless #cittaeterna #love #roma #amor #eternalcity #sky #colors #italy #europe #ancientrome
  • Staje luntana da stu core
    A te volo cu 'o penziero
    Niente voglio e niente spero
    Ca tenerte sempe a fianco a me 
    Si sicura 'e chist'ammore
    Comm'i só sicuro 'e te

    Oje vita, oje vita mia
    Oje core 'e chistu core
    Si stata 'o primmo ammore
    E 'o primmo e ll'ùrdemo sarraje pe' me

    Quanta notte nun te veco
    Nun te sento 'int'a sti bbracce
    Nun te vaso chesta faccia
    Nun t'astregno forte 'mbraccio a me?!
    Ma, scetánnome 'a sti suonne
    Mme faje chiagnere pe' te

    Oje vita, oje vita mia
    Oje core 'e chistu core
    Si stata 'o primmo ammore
    E 'o primmo e ll'ùrdemo sarraje pe' me

    Scrive sempe e sta' cuntenta
    Io nun penzo che a te sola
    Nu penziero mme cunzola
    Ca tu pienze sulamente a me
    'A cchiù bella 'e tutt"e bbelle
    Nun è maje cchiù bella 'e te!

    Oje vita, oje vita mia
    Oje core 'e chistu core
    Si stata 'o primmo ammore
    E 'o primmo e ll'ùrdemo sarraje pe' me

    Oje vita, oje vita mia
    Oje core 'e chistu core
    Si stata 'o primmo ammore
    E 'o primmo e ll'ùrdemo sarraje pe' me
    ______________________________
    #osurdatonnammurato #toromewithlove #rome #vita #life #resilience #time #timeless #cittaeterna #love #roma #amor #eternalcity #sky #colors #italy #europe #ancientrome
  • 41 2 1 hour ago
  • «[Rome] rules the age by Beauty’s power, / As once she ruled by armèd might; / The Southern sun doth treasure her / Deep in his golden heart of light.» Julia Ward Howe
  • «[Rome] rules the age by Beauty’s power, / As once she ruled by armèd might; / The Southern sun doth treasure her / Deep in his golden heart of light.» Julia Ward Howe
  • 56 1 2 hours ago
  • When I first visited Rome, the iconic Spanish Steps in Piazza Spagna were closed for restoration. Now I see why people love sitting here - it is great to people-watch buy luxury good along the Via dei Condotti where your Pradas and Guccis of the world are... 😉🇮🇹 #rome #eternalcity #lacittaeterna #spanishsteps #travel #spagna
  • When I first visited Rome, the iconic Spanish Steps in Piazza Spagna were closed for restoration. Now I see why people love sitting here - it is great to people-watch buy luxury good along the Via dei Condotti where your Pradas and Guccis of the world are... 😉🇮🇹 #rome #eternalcity #lacittaeterna #spanishsteps #travel #spagna
  • 19 0 4 hours ago
  • Monte Palatino
Story Below 🔻 // 🔻Historia Debajo.

According to the legend, on this hill was the cave of the she-wolf that took care of Romulus and Remus, when the sheperd Faustulus found the twins -and knowing of their origin- he decided to raise them along with his wife. Once the twins grew up and regained the throne of Alba Longa for their grandfather, they returned to the place where they were found to establish their own city. When arriving at the place they did not find agreement on who would be the leader of the new emplacement, for which Romulus traced the limits of his city in the Monte Palatino and Remus traced his ones in the Monte Aventino, using a plow according to the tradition of those times. However, as a lack of respect, Remus jumped the boundaries of his brother's city and was killed by him as punishment, later Romulus would regret it and he would call his city Roma in honor of his brother.

In recent excavations traces of settlers dating from about 1000 BC have been found, making the hill one of the oldest areas of the city. During the Republic and the Empire this was a place of great importance since here were built residences for the elite of Roman society including the emperors. A curious detail is that the origin of the word "palace" comes from the name of this hill.

In the centuries after the fall of the empire, the palaces were abandoned and reused multiple times, either by the barbarian conquerors, powerful families of Rome or the Church. The buildings were even victims of pillaging and were seen as a source of materials for other constructions.

Nowadays the Palatine is an open-air museum, the entrance is included in the ticket to the Colosseum and the Roman Forum and unlike these, the area is not full of crowds. We had not planned to visit it, but explore its spaces was a great surprise and it was very interesting, I recommend you to dedicate it a space in your trip.
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Les dejo la traducción en los comentarios!

Opinion:
9/10!!
#Italia 🇮🇹 #Roma
#Italian #ItalianTrips #Italia_super_pics #ItalianPlaces #Italia_InUnoScatto #EternalCity #CaputMundi #LaDolceVitaItaly #ItalianStories
#LuganoViaggiaItalia #LuganoViaggiaRoma
  • Monte Palatino
    Story Below 🔻 // 🔻Historia Debajo.

    According to the legend, on this hill was the cave of the she-wolf that took care of Romulus and Remus, when the sheperd Faustulus found the twins -and knowing of their origin- he decided to raise them along with his wife. Once the twins grew up and regained the throne of Alba Longa for their grandfather, they returned to the place where they were found to establish their own city. When arriving at the place they did not find agreement on who would be the leader of the new emplacement, for which Romulus traced the limits of his city in the Monte Palatino and Remus traced his ones in the Monte Aventino, using a plow according to the tradition of those times. However, as a lack of respect, Remus jumped the boundaries of his brother's city and was killed by him as punishment, later Romulus would regret it and he would call his city Roma in honor of his brother.

    In recent excavations traces of settlers dating from about 1000 BC have been found, making the hill one of the oldest areas of the city. During the Republic and the Empire this was a place of great importance since here were built residences for the elite of Roman society including the emperors. A curious detail is that the origin of the word "palace" comes from the name of this hill.

    In the centuries after the fall of the empire, the palaces were abandoned and reused multiple times, either by the barbarian conquerors, powerful families of Rome or the Church. The buildings were even victims of pillaging and were seen as a source of materials for other constructions.

    Nowadays the Palatine is an open-air museum, the entrance is included in the ticket to the Colosseum and the Roman Forum and unlike these, the area is not full of crowds. We had not planned to visit it, but explore its spaces was a great surprise and it was very interesting, I recommend you to dedicate it a space in your trip.
    --
    Les dejo la traducción en los comentarios!

    Opinion:
    9/10!!
    #Italia 🇮🇹 #Roma
    #Italian #ItalianTrips #Italia_super_pics #ItalianPlaces #Italia_InUnoScatto #EternalCity #CaputMundi #LaDolceVitaItaly #ItalianStories
    #LuganoViaggiaItalia #LuganoViaggiaRoma
  • 12 2 6 hours ago
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