First I planned to do a compilation of various interesting buildings from my two countries, but then I realised that I wish to show Rome as I saw it three weeks ago after almost two years without a single visit.
Monteverde in Rome is where amore’s father lives and when we go there, this is where I walk bestia.
As I was choosing these photos, I was reminded of a post that I did for Cee a long time ago. I searched it out and it was this one from six years ago, entitled Roman candy architecture. I bet some of the houses are the same.
Apparently nothing much has changed, except one restaurant which always looked so happening and welcoming seemed to have closed its doors for good. (It’s the one with the grey gate.)
The last four photos are not from Rome but from Tuscany, also taken last month. These houses I can see in the town nearest me, Capalbio Scalo, ending with our cute little church which I see so rarely that I decided to set it up as the featured photo.
All this to make you see that in Italy even the most ordinary houses are cheerful, colourful, stylish and happy-making. And the blue sky certainly helps.
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