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Pyramide in Rome
Pyramide in Rome
Pyramide was my first stop one morning, as it was located furthest away from where I was going. It is a tomb built for a praetor named Caius Cestius in 12 BCE. It is interesting due to its shape, but certainly not one of the 'wonders' tourists flock to see in Rome.
Protestant Cemetary

Right behind it, however, is a place that people do go. It is the Protestant cemetery, where English poets John Keats and Percy Bysshe Shelley are buried


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