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Having lived a stone’s throw from the Vatican (not that I’ve tried…) for nearly a year now, I guess I kept assuming I was going to soak up some knowledge of the city-state’s vast art and antiquities collection by way … Continue reading
Ahhhh, spring! Possibly the only thing lovelier than spring in Rome is summer in Minnesota. But, alas, we’re not in Minnesota, we’re in Rome. And I’ve got to share this beautiful excursion in the center of the city. Where: Piazza … Continue reading
In a major coup for the Roman art scene, the Scuderie del Quirinale is currently playing host to the great Venetian artist Tintoretto for the first time. A great proponent of Mannerism and a prodigious experimenter with form and style, … Continue reading
I like circles. Squares are bad. But for some odd reason (practicality, most likely), we as a species have shunned the circular building in modern times. The obvious exception to this would be stadiums, but their raucous atmosphere defeats the … Continue reading
Pope Benedict XVI arrives in Piazza Spagna yesterday, December 8th, to celebrate the Feast of the Immaculate Conception.
Passing through St. Peter’s Square lately, you might have noticed quite a bit of scaffolding dominating the south arm of the colonnade. And then, you might have taken a closer look, and noticed a large “Gaudi: La Sagrada Familia de … Continue reading