It might seem an easy task for someone living in Rome, but trying to look at a monument in a different way can be quite a challenge.
This monument is a huge white marble structure that can be found in the heart of Rome and is officially called “Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II”. Romans never quite liked it, and keep on referring to it as the “Typewriter”, for its awkward shape. From the top of it, however, you have a clear view of the whole town. This time I decided to look at the marble of the monument and let the most famous monuments on the background out of focus. Hope you enjoy.
Il Vittoriano, Rome – Italy
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