The ancient palazzi of Rome.
Thank you for this silence in the midst of the Rome traffic!
The strong Roman sun produces contrasts and colours
through the streets, squares and lanes of Rome.
We visit the ancient Roman courtyards.
Wedding photos at the Colosseum.
The newlyweds wander through the Roman Forums, close to the Arch of Trajan
Visit to the wonderful Capitoline Museums. The right hand and the head of the colossal statue of the Emperor Constantine.
The newlyweds in Piazza del Campidoglio before sunset.
The nymphaeum-temple dedicated to Serapis.
The newlyweds visiting the Villa of the Emperor Hadrian at Tivoli.
Memoirs of Hadrian by Marguerite Yourcenar
Visitors to the Villa can enjoy the most magnificent panoramic view.
Newlyweds on a vespa; photo taken among the ancient walls.
Generations of couples on the Roman hills; here we are at Gianicolo enjoying in silence the breath-taking panorama of Rome.
Here we are in the Garbatella, with its delightful architecture girdled by little courtyards and gardens. In the past even more than now, these were places where the local people would meet: washing or drying the clothes, going to the shops or wine-shops or pausing to chat for a while sitting on chairs or walls
Newlyweds on the Ponte Sant’Angelo.
Castel Sant’Angelo in the background and the embrace of the newlyweds
The Fontana di Trevi, packed with tourists and photographers, with an engaged couple next to the newlyweds.
On the steps of the Trinità dei Monti in Piazza di Spagna.