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Rome Colosseum

This place still looks surreal to me even as I post the pictures. However, the first look has this guy below. I guess that tourists like to take pictures with him:

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  1. What a fab set of photos 🙂

    Have a tanfastic week 😉

  2. We almost went to Rome! Meanwhile, where do I get that guy in the white shirt up above from, he is my type of gladiator!!
    I also linked up!

  3. Seeing the Colosseum in person was just crazy for me, even now, looking at your pics, I can’t believe I really saw it!

  4. Last year my family went to Rome for the first time. It was amazing. I’m still amazed looking at your photos. As much as I’d love to go back, there are so many other places in the world I haven’t seen yet.

  5. Great shots! That must have been amazing! That’s a trip you’ll never forget!

  6. Soo cool!! I hope to go one day too!

  7. Brandie (@ Home Cooking Memories)

    wow, I can’t even imagine visiting rome! It just seems to beyond what I do in my everyday life. Your photos make me want to go so bad!

  8. This looks like a wonderful and educational place to visit!

  9. Aww…that brings back good memories! Love that place.

  10. Wow, that is real and it is so incredible. Would love to travel there one day too!

  11. Totally surreal. We hope to go one day ourselves.

  12. It’s so utterly stunning!

    Every time I look at pictures like this, I think ‘how did they build such long-lasting buildings?!’

  13. You took amazing photos! I have seen many, many photos of the outside but that is the first time I’ve ever seen the inside! So cool!

    (sorry I accidentally hit last weeks link the first time)

  14. How incredibly stunning. I really enjoyed these pics, thank you!!!

  15. WOW! I would love to travel to Rome someday!

  16. BalancingMama (Julie)

    Ooh, love it. Amazing place.

  17. Rosey

    Your pictures are gorgeous!

  18. Marina

    Oh my what gorgeous pictures! Postcard material!!

  19. Dee

    I love these – so absolutely amazing!

  20. Carolyn G

    Beautiful photos!!

  21. Great shots. Brings back memories from when I visited years ago. Happy WW!

  22. Such gorgeous photos! I must visit Rome one day to take in the history!

  23. How cool is that?! I would LOVE to go there one day, love your photos!

  24. I’ve been there – its gorgeous! Before, I never knew the “underground” was such a maze – I would have loved to have seen the backstage in action!

  25. Kita

    I must see this in person the pictures look so beautiful.

  26. I would love to go to Rome! Your pictures make me want to go even more… thanks for sharing them.

  27. It is so neat to think it has been standing for thousands of years. Hope I get the chance to visit someday

  28. the photos make me want to touch it. there is so much personality in just the texture of the colosseum

  29. I love seeing the Colosseum from so many different angles! I wish I could go! (sidenote: the Lee denim ad is covering about a third of your blog post on the left and the sidebar on the right. I’m on Chrome).

  30. Ah, Rome: The Eternal City. Perhaps one day I will see it again. I put my coin in that fountain, so I should.

  31. What a truly awesome trip to make. I would love to visit Rome!! Great pictures thank you for sharing. Hope you can stop by to link up this week.

    Oh My Heartsie Girl

  32. Just trying to imagine the thousands of people that would gather there for the games. Even with all the people that live there now, it’s still a mind-boggling piece of architectural history. Thanks for sharing!

  33. that would be so cool to go to Rome. What a great family vacation!

  34. I’ve been to Switzerland twice (that’s where my mother was born), but have not been able to make it to Italy…yet.

  35. Such awesome history! I would imagine it would be quite awe-inspiring to visit such ancient places. Wow!!

  36. Jennifer @ The Quirky Momma

    I’ve been to Italy but never Rome. Hopefully, next summer I will be able to visit Rome with my son. Your photos are quite lovely. Thanks for sharing and thank you so much for hosting this WW blog hop.

  37. Such amazing pictures! And, it’s really huge! It puts it all into perspective.

  38. Amazing photos. It unbelievable that these have been here for over 2000 years. Now buildings won’t last 50 years.

  39. Great picture! We were there a few years ago and love it.

    Thanks so much for being a part of our Wordless Wednesday Party

  40. mel

    Oh my goodness! What great shots!!! We went a few years ago and just loved it!

  41. Absolutely stunning! I can only imagine seeing it in person.

  42. I went to Rome 10 years ago when I turned 30. It was amazing. To read about the place that made history, fables and films was amazing.

  43. These pictures are absolutely beautiful!!! Looks like you and your family had a wonderful trip. I an enjoying seeing the pictures.

  44. Awesome shots. I wish I could get back to Europe for a visit. It’s been soooooo long!

  45. ellen beck

    Rome is one place I would love to see and you have some wonderful pictures of it all! One of these days I would love to see it too.

  46. Rosie

    This is SPARTA!!!! Love the photos!!! 🙂

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