Our Journey of Beautiful Life

By: Malique Firdauz and Iva Ilyana

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ROME DAY 2 - PIAZZA VENEZIA, THE PANTHEON, PIAZZA NAVONA

Us in front of the Piazza Venezia
On top of the stairs..tinggi jugak ni tau
Love this view so so so much!!
Beautiful view of Palace Venezia...take my breath away.....
Malique pun apalagi....posing la..
Tomba del Milite Ignoto (Tomb of Unknown Soldier)
3 stooges posing in front of the Tomba del Milite
On top of the stairs to the statue
Cantik architecture dia
Mcm ni la rupanya Piazza Venezia from the front view
another view of Piazza Venezia
Lalu depan Colosseum lagi before berenti kat Pantheon
masa ni kat atas open tour bus...tu castle d' angelo
Ni la The Pantheon - posing jap ;-)
The 3 stooges again..amboi manjanya
another pose - papa, adik, boy
This is how The Pantheon look like in the inside
Takde apa sgt...banyak patung2 je
Yes..Pantheon ni dulu mcm temple diaorg la
Adik tgk apa tu? Ni kat Piazza Navona
mcm Fun fair - ada balloon, merry-go round
Ok lepak jap - sambil posing ;-)
Ni kat depan Fountain of Republica
Lupa plak apa nama sungai ni...
Tgkla...mcm ni pun boleh parking...hehee
Gambar ni amik masa atas tour bus-tapi lupa plak tempat nama apa
heheh this one also I forgot la nama apa hehehe
Yang ni fountain Piazza Navona
We found this hotel - Tom Cruise used to stay here
Mama & Papa melepak dlm hotel..that's it for the day!
Yesterday was a fantastic day and so today we aim to finish up what we have left


Our first stop is Piazza Venezia. This monument, also called the Vittoriano, was built in 1885 in neoclassical style by Giuseppe Sacconi, to honour the first king of Italian state Vittorio Emanuele II of Savoy



Love this view!!! We're on the stairs of Piazza Venezia with view of Palace Venezia behind




Next stop is The Pantheon. The Pantheon means "Temple of all the Gods" . This was built as a temple but has been a Christian church since the 7th century. It is the best-preserved of all Roman buildings

Then we went to Piazza Navona, the last tourist attraction - the place where the chariot used to train. Afterwards, we decided to just scroll along the city, feeling great as we have covered all the tourist attractions in Rome!!!


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