Where to even start with this incredible place? Like really, I don’t think I have ever seen a building as huge with as much detail and thought taken into every millimetre of the perimeter!

This building just cannot be misses, while walking around Rome, every point with a view, this was to be seen. I honestly think my house would fit into this building 50 times over! Standing next to it, in all its greatness, was just something in itself. When I was in New York the building were big and tall and wide but this is a different type of building, this was there to be seen, this stood a purpose of holding the body of a soldier that once fought for Italy, although from what I read, no one knows who this unknown soldier actually is. He must have been pretty special to have this as his tomb!

From every edge of the building it was clear that it was in a prime location with beautiful views from the balcony, especially as it was such a hot day! It also contained some of the most amazing hand painted ceiling I have ever seen, although my picture of this isn’t great but still, I hope you enjoy looking through some more of my pictures from my time away and let me know your thoughts!

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Hi! Im Freya. Im 23 and this my escape from life into my own little world visiting, tasting and trying the things I love! Hoping that everyone will enjoy my posts and give others ideas of what they would like and hopefully I can steal some ideas back!

12 comments

  1. I think it’s less about the specific soldier and more about the idea that plenty have in the past fallen for their country to ensure its success for the future, whatever the motivation at the time.

    Great series of photos.

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