When In Rome

Andrew Nathanson's photographs and scraps of news
from a semester at the Pantheon Institute, in Rome, Italy.

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St. Peter’s Basilica seen from Castel Sant’Angelo
Castel Sant’Angelo, originally the Moslem of Emperor Hadrian, became the fort and prison of the Church, and would be the safe-house of the Pope when the Vatican was under attack. The Castle is connected to the Vatican by an above-ground, aquaduct looking structure called the Passetto di Borgo. Think Angels & Demons.
Andrew Nathanson 

St. Peter’s Basilica seen from Castel Sant’Angelo

Castel Sant’Angelo, originally the Moslem of Emperor Hadrian, became the fort and prison of the Church, and would be the safe-house of the Pope when the Vatican was under attack. The Castle is connected to the Vatican by an above-ground, aquaduct looking structure called the Passetto di Borgo. Think Angels & Demons.

Andrew Nathanson 

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