#rome

A good book and the enjoyable atmosphere of home: there’s nothing better than this to relax your mind.

2018 End of Feb in a beautiful church cant remember the name, near termini ? Magical moment of sudden adoration🙏✝️🙏

So, back to 9 long years ago... I was in , , and it was night. I remember very clearly that it was a beautiful night. So calm and placid, tranquil and still that you could almost feel the the serenity of the stars settling over Vatican Square...

“How is it possible to say an unkind or reverential word of Rome? The city of all time and of all the world!” (Nathaniel Hawthorne)

Arrived in with 30 Albanian doctors & nurses to provide support & assistance to 🇮🇹 in these difficult moments. Thank you for strong friendship & cooperation. We shall pass through these together with strength, patience & courage! We stand with Italy!

The 15th c. Crucifix miraculous in 1522 plague has been moved after 20years from chiesa di San Marcello al Corso in to be exposed tomorrow at 6.00 pm in empty piazza San Pietro for pope Francis' prayer, Urbi et Orbi blessing and plenary indulgence to end pandemic

Army deliver medical aid and equipment at airbase near to help combat . The generosity doesn’t end there. has pledged to send 8 brigades of virus specialists – around 100 people – to help fight the MORE:

Arrivederci - may your lights continue to shine brightly. Hope to be back in better circumstances soon ..

Captain Swati Raval from Gujarat, the pilot who flew to to rescue the stranded there. In these difficult times, people like her are the who save lives. She along with her crew, have done a great job! Jai Hind

is sending two flights to and to evacuate Israeli citizen. 50 Israelis were evacuated out of in . More flights will be sent to this week to bring Israeli backpackers back home.

being praised for sending doctors to to fight the is like an arsonist being praised for trying to put out a fire he started. If it weren't for the 's lies, we wouldn't be in this mess in the first place.

It’s What’s your favourite location in , or Roman site elsewhere, that has a connection to water?

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