Roma da Castel Sant'Angelo   71778
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1 Palazzo di Giustizia or Palazzaccio or Corte di Cassazione
2 Torretta del Quirinale
3 Palazzo del Quirinale
4 Santa Maria Maggiore (campanile)
5 Palazzo della Consulta
6 Obelisco del Quirinale
7 Chiesa dei Santi Domenico e Sisto
8 Torre delle Milizie
9 Pantheon
10 San Giovanni in Laterano
11 Frascati
12 Palazzo Venezia
13 Colosseo
14 Vittoriano (Monumento a Vittorio Emanuele II)
15 Chiesa del Gesu'
16 Chiesa Santa Maria in Aracoeli
17 Chiesa Sant'Ivo alla Sapienza
18 Palazzo del Campidoglio
19 Rocca di Papa
20 Monte Cavo, 950m
21 San Salvatore in Lauro
22 Sabt' Agnese in Agone (Piazza Navona)
23 Sant'Andrea della Valle
24 Sinagoga
25 San Carlo ai Catinari
26 Chiesa di Santa Prisca
27 Santa Maria in Vallicella (Chiesa Nuova)
28 Villa dei Cavalieri di Malta
29 Sant'Anselmo in Aventino
30 Palazzo Farnese (French Embassy)
31 Santa Maria Regina degli Apostoli alla Montagnola
32 Santa Maria in Trastevere
33 Gazometro
34 San Pietro in Montorio


Location: Castel Sant'Angelo      by: Giuseppe Marzulli
Area: Italy      Date: 2 March 2014
Castel Sant'Angelo (Engelsburg in German) was initially commissioned by the Roman Emperor Hadrian as a mausoleum for himself and his family. The building was later used by the popes as a fortress and castle, and is now a museum. The structure was the tallest building in ancient Rome.
It allows a very good view of Rome.
This is a overview with the 200mm zoom.

16 photos; 200mm; f8; 1/1000 sec.; 200 ISO.


Stunning viewpoint and excellent work, Giuseppe ... handheld or with tripod?

Caro saluto a te
2019/03/02 20:58 , Hans-Jörg Bäuerle
I agree with Hans-Jörg!
LG Jörg
2019/03/02 21:16 , Jörg Nitz
Thanks. I do not understand the reason, but is not allowed to take photos with a tripod from Castel Sant'Angelo.
2019/03/02 23:53 , Giuseppe Marzulli
Superb. The roofs of Rome. Great scroll with lots of detail. Cheers, Martin
2019/03/03 19:42 , Martin Kraus
A shame the Colosseum is partly covered. But very interesting to see the mountains behind Rome. BR Jan.
2019/03/03 23:44 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Hi Jan. The mountains around Rome can be seen better in pano 14665.
2019/03/03 23:58 , Giuseppe Marzulli
2019/03/05 22:56 , Christoph Seger

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