by Ariel Thi
Hello, it has been a long time since I last wrote an article for my website. I am studying in Milan now. I would like to share my experience of Rome in a day. I am quite enjoying my tour. I want to share the location, and a photo spot to shoot when you are more relaxed when you arrive there.
One of the five Imperial Forums in ancient Rome was the Temple of Peace. It was built by Emperor Vespasian in the year 71 AD, which is why it is called the Forum of Vespasian. It was built near the Colosseum, in front of the Sailing Hill.
That was a dream, although there was much too little time spent in each location. Still, after just two days in Rome, I knew I had to go back.
You must walk the entire day; it is not acceptable for your mood to smile and post. So maybe I would like to share some photos and ideas for your day. And you can follow my day, and I hope you will like my photos.
I would like to mention that you should take a photo in this spot because the Capitoline Cordonata and the Altar of the Fatherland are there, and I would like to explain why. The Cordonata is a sloping pathway leading from the direction of Piazza Venezia to Piazza del Campidoglio on Capitoline Hill. Its broad, gradually sloping ramp enabled horses to be ridden up the steps without dismounting. So you can take a photo very comfortably on the hill. And the Altar of the fatherland is the one of the Victor Emmanuel II National Monument, also known as “Mole del Vittoriano”. That would be a memorable historical story and also a very beautiful spot to take a photo with that view.
We start moving to the Roman Forum and Colosseum and the View of Castel Sant’Angelo. That was such a wonderful plan and a remarkable moment in your life. Because you can’t imagine the buliding of age and the existence of human kind in art. I am very impressed by the Colosseum, which is a giant amphitheatre built in Rome under the Flavian emperors between 70 and 80 CE. It is the largest ancient amphitheatre ever built, and is still the largest standing amphitheatre in the world, despite its age. Construction began under the emperor Vespasian (r. 69–79 AD) in 72 (wiki). Do you want to take a photo with the Colosseum and sun kiss shot? Truth be told, I think that is a wonderful idea, given your beauty. You have to claim the opposite side of the road from the Colosseum. And you’ll get the photos I took. So, what do you hope to gain from these tours?
I can say you want to get the wonderful pictures in your memory. Am I right? So I can say that you are already lovely just as you are. But I’d want to tell you more about the precise area of your trip. And next place, with the Basilica of Saint Mary of the Altar in Heaven Originally the church was named Sancta Maria in Capitolio, since it was sited on the Capitoline Hill (Campidoglio, in Italian) of Ancient Rome; by the 14th century, it had been renamed. The Gothic window is the primary detail that tourists observe from the bottom of the stairs; it is the only authentically Gothic detail of the basilica. Here, you may temporarily experience serenity and tranquilly. In addition, you may see the Gothic art of the 14th century and marvel at the beauty of the cathedral. I can remark that the space is spacious and not too crowded. If you like to rest and unwind for a time, you may visit that location, which I can attest is fantastic.
I’m thinking of writing the second half of my adventures later. Because I believe this is enough for the time being. I discovered the site when planning a trip to Rome and couldn’t locate a nice photo location or somewhere to spend the day. If you are a student or do not have plans to visit the museum in a day but want to have the same experience as me, I believe my day trip itinerary is sufficient to visit and snap a memorable picture with you there. I hope you like my mention and my images.