Replica of Romulus and Remus drinking from hte she-wolf that adopted them according to legend.
Replica of the equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius on Capitoline Hill.
The Victor Emmanuel II monument – a massive imposing structure built in honour of the first king of unified Italy.
Giant wooden Harley motorcycle in a store on a side street between the Pantheon and Piazza Novona?
Smaller cans of Coke and Fanta 🙂
Piazza Navona built in the 1st century AD and defined as a publis space since 15th centure AD. It has two fountains and this is likely Palazzo Pamphili, where the Brazilian Embassy is currently located.
The Tiber river is the third longest river in Italy at 406km. Romulus and Remus were said to be abandoned on its banks.
Street vendors selling dried goodies and candy.
It used to be a fortress and a prison and is now a museum.
Castel de St. Angelo (or Mausoleum of Hadrian) in Rome was comissioned by Roman Emperor Hadrian as a tomb for him and his family.