How to bring life to rocks -a lesson by Baroque Roman masters

Piazza Navona was definitely one of my favourite spots in Rome. Surely I won't be the only person to say it. The perfectly geometrical designed plaza features three beautiful fountains. The main one, at its centre, Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi, or Fountain of the Four Rivers, was sculpted by Bernini, one the stars of Baroque … Continue reading How to bring life to rocks -a lesson by Baroque Roman masters

There is so much gold in St. Peter’s Basilica

It didn't matter where we've come from - from east, west, north or south - which language was that we called our mother tongue, which was the colour of our skin or the shape of our eyes - there was something we all shared at that moment. A feeling of wowness, a feeling of smallness. … Continue reading There is so much gold in St. Peter’s Basilica

Exploring the living old parts of Rome

One of the things I like the most in any European city is simply the streets. Not that you can find any sort of pattern, mind me. But I like that these streets were not built for cars. I adore how intrinsicate, narrow, wavy or even steep they can be. I love the way buildings … Continue reading Exploring the living old parts of Rome

A quick date with Pisa, Italy

Hello my fellow bloggers! A month ago I was preparing my first trip to Italy, more exactly Florence, as you have probably read on my blog. Low cost flights from London land on Pisa, and that was exactly what I did. It is really easy to get to Florence from Pisa. You can take a … Continue reading A quick date with Pisa, Italy

The Art of Florence – the details

Florence is where all the big masters were at some point, creating some of the most disrupting pieces that would mark an Era and change the paradigms of a world once emerged in darkness. For me, stepping on the grounds where the great master had once been was surreal. As I mentioned on my previous … Continue reading The Art of Florence – the details

Firenze, where Renaissance was born

Every time I come back home from any trip, especially when that trip went really well and I've absolutely loved it, I find myself emerged in this kind of lethargy. I just sit down, scrolling through my photographs, reviving these moments I just lived. I think about what I have seen and experienced, and even … Continue reading Firenze, where Renaissance was born