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When I was in Italy in October, I was fascinated—if that is the right word—by some of the creepy street art. Florence in particular had lots of graffiti art on the side streets of the historic center. I just don’t understand graffiti/street art. The shot from Rome is actually part of a store front.
Transept dome and lantern, Basilica of San Lorenzo, Florence, Italy. The lantern is an 18th century addition to the 15th century church.
When you visit Genoa, be prepared to climb a few hills. Vehicles are prohibited in much of the historic center of Genoa. And in many places, it wouldn’t matter. The only way to get to some parts of the city is a long an winding climb. Though, when we got to the top, we did discover that a new elevator/pedestrian tunnel had started operating. We went down the easy way.
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