Il Pantheon-Notturno_ Rome February 1984 (the postcard never sent) (my photo Collection)

Il Pantheon-Notturno_ Rome February 1984 (the postcard never sent) (my photo Collection)

Il Pantheon-Notturno_ Rome February 1984 (the postcard never sent) (my photo Collection)

4 responses to “Il Pantheon-Notturno_ Rome February 1984 (the postcard never sent) (my photo Collection)

  1. Love the architecture, amazing fountain in the foreground.

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    • Yes, it is so incredibly beautiful: I used to have a guide of Rome, from when I was there, but I cannot find it, and I don’t remember what it’s name was. I’m still searching. it’s a pity that some things we forget with the passing time, but never the impression those experiences left on us!
      Thank for visiting and your generous comment MorningBerryz!

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      • It’s wonderful to see places and times from friend’s memories..these that you’re now sharing♥ are so very generous of you ^ ^。I love European architecture…the buildings, statues just everything just so beautiful and creative to see.

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      • They belong to another time, when individuals were not valued as much, but when the beauty of buildings seem today to have lasted for ages. Every building, is a monument of historic value, with a marble plaque attesting to its authenticity. Every cobble stone in the streets seem to have been stepped on by millions, and million times have been reset, on a different facet, after each winter season. THe air is so heavy with history that it makes one feel reverent to be there. It’s one of those times when one can say “Et in Arcadia ego!

        Thank you MorningBerryz!
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