Rome, capital of the Empire

“Roma. Le colonne dell’Impero”, published by Treviso-born photographer Mario Vidor, suggests a wonderful journey among the architecture and styles of Roman antiquity; the book offers a pleasant photographic immersion in the awe-inspiring magnificence of the capital’s monuments: the Coliseum, the Pantheon, the Arch of Constantine, the Theatre of Marcellus, the Imperial Fora, the Baths of Caracalla… and many more.

Rome, capital of the Empire



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