Yesterday’s tree post reminded me, and some of you, how beautiful Rome is. And it is, in its crazy, eternal, everlasting way. Today some of the doors from Via Giulia.
The occasion was the day of open courtyards in May 2018, on which some of Roman not normally accessible courtyards show themselves to curious passers-by.
I showed you some doors from the start of this day on my previous blog, today some doors and entrances, the last courtyard of the day, and the never-before-seen money door from the end of our 3.5 hour exploration.
All were found on Via Giulia, a long street in the centre of Rome that runs parallel with the Tiber. How fitting, seeing that I had a Giulia with me. 🙂