Category Archives: Rome

Architects at War – Bernini versus Borromini

While strolling through Rome, it’s impossible to miss the city’s elaborate and delightful Baroque architecture and art. Much like Florence is the showcase of Renaissance architecture, Rome is a jewel box of Baroque design. Of course, you’ll find a little of everything on display in the Eternal City, including buildings and ruins that span centuries and styles from 2,000 years ago to the most modern. Yet Rome’s Baroque architecture and fountains are among its most appealing sights. Continue reading Architects at War – Bernini versus Borromini

New Multimedia Theater Gives Virtual Tour of Ancient Rome

Rome and its history is so amazing and vast, it can be quite hard to grasp. We recently  enjoyed a great multimedia introduction to the parts of Rome and its history in a colorful multi-media presentation that surrounds you with images and sound at a new venue called Welcome to Rome. Continue reading New Multimedia Theater Gives Virtual Tour of Ancient Rome