Class outside the Roman Colosseo.
The white line above Lindsay's head shows where the level of ground used to be.
The stage used to cover these trap doors and cages which used to hold the wild animals and gladiators before their battle!
Shot from the Upper Deck (Partial Group).
The Arch of Constantine.
The Palatine hill. This is the hill where the mythological beginning of Rome started including the shewolf which is now the symbol of Rome.
The Imperial Palace. Horses used to race around the outside.
The Arch of Titus at the Foro Romano--Symbolized Roman victory...in the Roman Forum.
Shot of the Colosseum from down Mussolini Street...named after General Mussolini who made the street only for pedestrians.
An overview from the side of the Roman Forum which is now much in ruins.
The Senate building of the Roman Forum used to stand behind this statue of Julius Caesar. SPQR: Senatus Populus que Romanus, the Senate and People of Rome.
Our guide for this walking tour of Old Rome.
St. Peter's Basilica from the Roman Forum.
Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II, who was the one to unify Italy. The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is located below the statue of Emanuele on a horse. (Front and Center).
The Oculus is the only light source within the Pantheon.
Bronze doors at the entrance of the Pantheon.
Obelisk from Egypt, which stands in front of the Pantheon.
Front facade of the Pantheon.
Class photo in front of the Pantheon.
Trevi Fountain. The water does exist below the photo, however there were thousands of people in the way.... stay tuned for a better picture.
The Spanish Steps near Spagna.
This 2D painting looks like a 3D dome--actually a false dome. Fra Andrea del Pozzo painted the false dome "Trompe l'oeil" which is 17 meters wide and at the top of the photo. The original intention was to build a dome but that was too expensive.
Sant' Ignazio's ceiling. On the ceiling, Pozzo attempted to make it look like you were ascending to heaven...painted in 1685.
The boys and their new 350K Lamborghini.