Visit To The Colosseum And Vicinity — 7 Comments

  1. So who’s taking you and your sweetie’s photo:-)

    BTW, I wikipedia-ed those drinking fountains you took a picture of and found out that:

    These structures are of the ancient era and run through what they call, “aqueducts to supply water to cities and industrial sites and to assist in their agriculture. The city of Rome was supplied by 11 aqueducts with a combined length of 350 kilometres (220 mi). Most aqueducts were constructed below the surface, with only small portions above ground supported by arches. Sometimes, where depressions deeper than 50 metres (165 ft) had to be crossed, inverted siphons were used to force water uphill”.

    How ingenuous.

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  2. @ lotusflower

    eh sino pa kundi total stranger haha. that’s the downside to traveling as a couple na walang ocmpany, walang taga kuha ng pics and video.

    that drinking fountain caught my eyes nga. thanks for the info nga pala.

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