Photos from my travels near and far from home
Magnificent building indeed,thanks for the sweet memories! I need to come back! :)Léia
I haven't been to Rome for ages, and now I want to go:)
You have a nice blog, I just added you to my blogrol. I am currently also writing about Rome.Greetings,Filip
Omigod! I took a photo of this in 1957 when in the Navy. But it wasn't nearly as nice and now it's old and faded. I always thought this was a gorgeous building. Wedding cake, indeed!
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I didn't know about the Wedding Cake name. The photo is great!
The story I heard was that the Romans called it the typewriter, and not because they like it. It's also known as The White Elephant. And it's the American GIs who nicknamed it the wedding cake. But I could be wrong... :-)
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