The rainy day in Rome does not promise a pleasant stroll BUT…
… the weather conditions change quickly and you can definitely lose yourself in the romantic Rome and head to the Imperial Forum.
A long walk through monumental squares built between 46 BC and 113 d.C. They are considered the center of political activity in ancient Rome.
Before arriving at the destination, however, I recommend a stop at the Chiesa del Gesù, an important example of mixing art between Baroque and Renaissance.
The Church has a single dominant t- nave that focuses the attention on the altar and the vault ceiling is beautifully painted with an unusual three-dimensional effect.
- CHIESA DEL GESU’
Piazza del Gesu,| Via degli Astalli 16 – Roma
Open from 07.00 – 13.00, 16.00 – 19.45
Visiting hours recommended: 16.30 – 19.00
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Love. Love. Love. Gorgeous shots!! The photograph of the reflection is especially spectacular!! Very dreamy. I’ve been missing my daily doses of Rome!! Theadora
Thank you so much Theadora… I do not have much time these days, I hope to take back soon! ;))