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November 18, 2012


Last month I spent 3 days in Rome. The city, as always, was marvellous, but the crowd of tourists was overwhelming. And I was just another one. And with so little time, I was just able to sketch a few central spots. Here are two of them: Fontana di Trevi and the Coliseum.


Murray Dewhurst said...

I know exactly what you mean having been there recently also. I've never seen so many tourists. I can see why we all visit though, as a place to lose yourself in living history, the Rome is hard to beat.

Elizabeth Alley said...

Fantastic! I love your Coliseum!

Scarlet said...

Funky work and you've captured the feeling of the old times.

Marina Grechanik said...

simply terrific! It's not easy to sketch so famous spots.

Eduardo Salavisa said...

Thank you so much for your comments! Always so kind.