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Fontana dei Leoni
Plazza del Popolo East side
Fontana del Nettuno and in front Fontana dei Leoni
Viale del Muro torto
Fontana dei Leoni
Fontana Neptune between love dolphins
Facade of Basilica Maria del Popolo
Porta del Popolo
Porta del Popolo seen from the Plazza Flaminia with the crest of Medicii family
Basilica Santa Maria del Popolo
Twin domes of Gate Popolo
Via Luiza di Savoya
Right Muro torto
A tram on Via Flaminia
Metro station Flaminia –Plazza del Popolo
To Plazza Venetia
Propaganda Fide Palace
Trafaro Umberto I
A Dongeon modernized
Fortifications untouched by time
Part 3 Flaminio obelisk war capture in campagns of Augustus in Egypt.
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Aim of this evening Introduction of staff Purpose of the trip Itinerary of the trip Emergency procedures Clothing and luggage Money Rules Questions.
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