weird things about rome

When I first visited Italy in 2001, I’d read a bit about the Capuchin Crypt in Rome and knew I had to see it. The Crypt is a tiny space underneath the Santa Maria della Immacolata Concezione church in which the bones of more than 4,000 Cappuchin monks have been […]

Cappuchin Crypt

I’ve slowly been finding more and more blogs written by expats in Italy, and I’m adding many of them to the list of blogs I check in with every day. One that stands out lately is Shelley’s “At Home in Rome” blog. Shelley is, as you might be clever enough […]

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