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The Pines of Rome


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I moved to Rome seven years ago, and every day I fall more in love with this fascinating city, even if at times the bureaucracy gets me down. This is an ode to the eternally enthralling Eternal City, complete with musings on history, art, food, books, beauty, curiosities and, every so often, a peek into the life of a Roman transplant.
http://www.thepinesofrome.blogspot.com/
Blog language: English
Key words: Rome, Art , History, Italy, Expat Life
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The Pines of Rome

US American US American expat living in Italy

  • Gender: Female
  • Move: Usa  Italy
  • Interest: Rome, Italy, Travel, Books, Art, Music, History, Food, Life
  • About me: I moved to Rome seven years ago, and every day I fall more in love with this fascinating city, even if at times the bureaucracy gets me down. This is an ode to the eternally enthralling Eternal City, complete with musings on history, art, food, books, beauty, curiosities and, every so often, a peek into the life of a Roman transplant.
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    Wed, 12 Mar 2014 23:17:00
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