Sunday, December 12, 2010

Capitoline Bench

Bench, Capitoline Hill, Rome
Continuous bench, Capitoline Hill
Rome, September 2010
(Photo by Trillian, Livorno Daily Photo)

7 comments:

tapirgal said...

Wonderful! Don't ask me how I did NOT get to the Capitoline Hill, but I don't think I ever did.

Dina said...

A continuous view, too!

J Bar said...

Great spot.

VP said...

@ Dina - The dome behind the trees, in the center of the photo, is the Great Synagogue of Rome.

cieldequimper said...

Oh the view...

J Bar said...

VP, I didn't know about the Tarpeian Rock until you mentioned it on my blog and I just did some research about it and learnt about its connection to the Roman Forum. There's a steep cliff behind the Opera House, that was created when the rock was cut away to build a road, which was named Tarpeian Way.

Francisca said...

Would this be the looooongest bench we've seen posted here?