Highlights of Rome Photography

Stock Stock Images By Heather Farish

Rome is a city that brings history alive. It is full of ancient structures such as the Colosseum, those at the Roman Forum, the Trevi Fountain and Castel Sant'Angelo. Then there is the Vatican and so much more!



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First Published: 20150310

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1. Temple of Castor and Pollux. Built in 495 BC, the Temple of Castor and Pollux is in the Roman Forum in Rome. Today just three columns remain.

2. Statue on Pont Sant-Angelo. Also known as St. Angelo bridge, Aelian Bridge or Bridge of Hadrian, Pont Sant-Angelo is a bridge built in Rome in 134 AD and spans the Tiber River.

3. Pont Sant-Angelo. Also known as St. Angelo bridge, Aelian Bridge or Bridge of Hadrian, Pont Sant-Angelo is a bridge built in Rome in 134 AD and spans the Tiber River.

4. Old City Wall in Rome. An old city wall in Rome near the Vatican

5. Christmas in Rome. Visiting Rome during the Christmas period provides the opportunity to see the fervour with which Italians celebrate it. Here Santa hangs from a building window in Rome.

6. Riverside graffiti in Rome. The ancient city of Rome or Roma, has a history spanning more than two and a half thousand years. It is centred on the Tiber River. This photo shows a walkway along the Tiber River banks.

7. Pope giving Sunday blessing. Pope Benedict XVI giving his Sunday blessing from the Vatican in December 2012.

8. Caracalla Baths mosaic. The Baths of Caracalla or Terme di Caracalla, were the second largest Roman baths. Built around 215 AD, today only parts of the structures remain including some fascinating mosaics.

9. Caracalla Baths in Rome. The Baths of Caracalla or Terme di Caracalla, were the second largest Roman baths. Built around 215 AD, today only parts of the structures remain including some fascinating mosaics.

10. Floor mosaic at Caracalla Baths. The Baths of Caracalla or Terme di Caracalla, were the second largest Roman baths. Built around 215 AD, today only parts of the structures remain including some fascinating mosaics.

11. Mosaic detail at Caracalla Baths. The Baths of Caracalla or Terme di Caracalla, were the second largest Roman baths. Built around 215 AD, today only parts of the structures remain including some fascinating mosaics.

12. Caracalla Baths in Rome. The Baths of Caracalla or Terme di Caracalla, were the second largest Roman baths. Built around 215 AD, today only parts of the structures remain including some fascinating mosaics.

13. Appia Antica in Rome. Rome is known for its plethora of ancient structures and buildings. Appia Antica is the ancient road that leads into Rome.

14. Along Appia Antica in Rome. Rome is known for its plethora of ancient structures and buildings. Appia Antica is the ancient road that leads into Rome.

15. Tralana Column in Rome. Rome is known for its plethora of ancient structures and buildings. The Trevi Fountain is one of the most popular of these.

16. Trevi Fountain in Rome. Rome is known for its plethora of ancient structures and buildings. The Trevi Fountain is one of the most popular of these.

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