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Floral Displays for the Feast of Saints Peter and Paul

Floral Displays for the Feast of Saints Peter and Paul mark the celebration of the patron saints of Rome. It is believed that the tradition was started by Benedetto Drei, head of the Vatican Floreria, and his son Peter, on

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Harley Davidson celebrates its 110th anniversary

Harley Davidson celebrates its 110th anniversary this weekend with a series of events in Rome and Ostia.  Most people think of mopeds in Italy not motorcycles, but Italy is consistently one of Harley Davidson’s top ten markets. Over 100,000 hog enthusiasts

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Where to See Pope Francis

Now that the new Pontiff has been elected you may wish to see Pope Francis in person. While you will not get one-on-one face time with him, the Pope makes regular appearances in public. Some events require tickets, while others

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New Pope Elected!

White smoke has risen from Sistine Chapel chimney and ALL the church bells in Rome are ringing signifying that the conclave has elected a new Pope. People are currently flocking to St. Peter’s Square to hear his name revealed and

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Rows of Broken Columns at Pompeii ca. 8th century B.C. Pompeii, Italy

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