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May 19, 2007

St Peter, Rome

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St Peter and Angels' Bridge
St. Peter’s Basilica and the Angels’ bridge leading to it across the Tiber (Italian Tevere) river.

2 Responses to “St Peter, Rome”

  1. viajero Says:

    That so wonderful photos, it is the whole poem to contemplate them. Congratulations

  2. photography Says:

    Isn’t it a beautiful place in the world to visit. I absolutely loved the time I spent in Rome.

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