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What you get is unspoiled Italy without the long queues outside duomos, without the fleece the tourist mentality, with magnificent scenery and with what I can only see as an absence of crime.
Archive 2008-08-01 2008
In the midst of all this ruin and poverty, there rise I know not how many duomos and churches, with fine cupolas and towers, as if they meant to mock the misery upon which they look.
Pilgrimage from the Alps to the Tiber Or The Influence of Romanism on Trade, Justice, and Knowledge James Aitken Wylie 1849
And then he went back to playing with his girlfriend's duomos.
She reincarnated the memories of her Italian honeymoon, grand villas and duomos while designing the ceiling of bronze, brown, taupe and gold.
Born Rich 2008
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