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When in Rome

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Photo by Jim Honeyford

The famous Spanish Steps, built in 1725, serve a practical purpose for the faithful wising to visit the Trinita dei Monti, which sits at the top of the steps.

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The Vatican is every bit as grand The Honeyfords dreamed it would be. A tour inside took hours but was worth it.

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The Coliseum, by night, is glorious, but dangerous, according to the tour guides, who warned of the lurking pickpockets.

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The remains of the Roman Forum sit side by side with modern buildings in harmony.

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Work on the Pantheon began circa 118 and was completed in 1125 AD. The modern cars are dwarfed by the sheer mass of the structure.

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The Altare della Patria serves two purposes on the Rome landscape. The monument construction began in 1885 but didn’t open until 1925 as a memorial to the Italian soldiers who served in World War I.

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Jeri Honeyford was amazed by the size of the Trevi Fountain.

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