5 random scenes from Rome

5 random scenes from Rome
Inside Colosseum
Inside Colosseum
Outside Colosseum
Outside Colosseum
On the bridge Ponte Sant'Angelo
On the bridge Ponte Sant’Angelo
Basilica de Santa Maria de Martyres
Basilica de Santa Maria de Martyres
Fontana Di Trevi -fountain
Fontana Di Trevi -fountain

Here’s five random scenes from Rome, focusing on some of the famous sights like Fontana Di Trevi and Colosseum.

A special technique was used for taking this photos, which is why they might look a little unusual.

Find more topics related to travel photography and travel in Europe from the linking articles!

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View over Rome from Castel Sant’Angelo (video)

View over Rome from Castel Sant’Angelo (video)

This video was shot from the top of Castel Sant’Angelo in Rome, Italy, during the massive heats of the month of July.

Castel Sant’Angelo gives you a splendid view over the city of Rome, and it is located by the river Tiber, next to the famous Roman bridges. It is also near the Vatican City.

Castel Sant’Angelo has a small entrance fee, and it works as a museum. I would recommend to visit there at least because of the views. See what else I would recommend from the article ”Art and Traveltips for Rome”!

After watching this short video from Rome, more related videos will follow, so enjoy your virtual adventure!

 

 

Oheinen Sant’Angelon linnasta käsin kuvattu video tarjoaa näkymän yli Rooman.

 

Art and traveltips for Rome

Art and traveltips for Rome

This week let me introduce to you an Indivue digital painting inspired by the river and bridges in Rome, Italy, during the sunny and hot summer days.

In case you are plannin to travel to Rome yourself, take a look at Indivue triptips for Rome, which I wrote for Tripadvisor – you will find many handy hints from there – here’s the link http://bit.ly/TripToRome

For all you new readers let me advertise that Indivue has been photographing and blogging about various travel destinations, especially from India, for 12 years – find more of them in www.indivue.blogspot.com bilingually and remember to follow and like Indivue in social media for more inspiring art and traveltips to come!

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Indivue Art inspired by Rome, Italy