Essay Writing about ROME WAS NOT BUILT IN A DAY

Jose John April 19, 2016 No Comments
ROME WAS NOT BUILT IN A DAY Introduction: Rome is the capital city of Italy. During her heydays she had many claims to fame (see below). But all these pride possessions of the Roman Empire was not built in one day. Ancient Rome was known as the Eternal City. It had ruled much of Europe as well as the lands around Mediterranean for many centuries. There is a similarity between Rome and Tirumala, the abode of Lord Balaji in India. Rome was also built on the seven hills known as Aventine, Caelian, Capitoline, Esquiline,   Palatine, Quirinal and Viminal. What a great coincidence it is. To add few more feathers to its crown, ancient Rome had the world’s richest collections of heritage buildings, Arts treasures, the Trevi fountains, St. Peters Church in Vatican, Rome is the residence of Pope, and above all the arena there called Colosseum where games were held and gladiators fought until death while 80,000 spectators sat and watched – if all these were breath-taking sights there at that time – the present day Rome is no less. Now it is the major centre for film making, publishing and tourism. Explanation: But all these fame did not descend in just one day. The people there sweated it...
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