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Tempio di Minerva

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by Viktoria Vidali on April 25, 2011

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Built in the late Republican period in the 1st century BC, this temple was erected by the quatorvirates Gneus Cesius and Titus Cesius Priscus. Once thought to have been dedicated to Minerva, when a votive plaque to Hercules was later discovered, it is now believed that the temple was dedicated to him.
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Apri La Porta

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by Viktoria Vidali on April 18, 2011

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Open the door! And what a beautiful portal (a grander word) it is. Wooden doors in Italy are works of art in themselves, be they entrances to cathedrals, palazzi, businesses, or residences.
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The Elemental Power

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by Viktoria Vidali on April 11, 2011

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In his poetic film, Brother Sun, Sister Moon, Italian director Franco Zeffirelli masterfully paints the humble life of Clare and Francis ~ two young souls who devoted their days on earth to caring for the sick, the outcast, and the poor.
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Fresh Air

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by Viktoria Vidali on April 4, 2011

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What is so endearing about seeing laundry hanging outside to dry? The accompanying sensation of how good it smells after being caressed by the wind and warmed by the sun.
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Fly To Love

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by Viktoria Vidali on March 28, 2011

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To fly
you must be free

To be free
you must let go
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Pescadero

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by Jane Benson on March 21, 2011

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The Temple Bell

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by Viktoria Vidali on March 14, 2011

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Avatar

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by Renee Lafabrae on March 14, 2011

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Deep within an indigo sky,
On a cold dark winter’s night,
A river of stars makes a pathway above
All frost and golden bright.
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A Strange Feather

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by Viktoria Vidali on March 7, 2011

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All
The craziness,
All the empty plots,
all the ghosts and fears,
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Clowns

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by Federico Fellini on February 28, 2011

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The two types of clowns are in fact the white clown and the Auguste.

The white clown stands for elegance, grace, harmony, intelligence, lucidity, which are posited in a moral way as ideal, unique, indisputable divinities.
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