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(…) I crossed my second threshold and I definitively emerged from the darkness of the forest, metaphor of that spirit overshadowed by the lack of knowledge. I found myself in front of some long avenues converging towards a focal point. I felt my lungs suddenly revive: the light was no longer held back and […]
When you study Michelangelo Buonarroti from the official books, you may not often find it helpful if you are looking for something more than his techniques, superficial iconography, historical context and even his rebellious and sometimes said “hysterical” personality. From those books, it is almost impossible to reach his soul to really grasp what lies […]
In ancient Rome, anyone who decided to start a journey would carry their own travel bag with them: the so-called viaticum. Over time, this word, viaticum, ended up suggesting the journey itself. Not necessarily the physical one and not even the travels we normally consume better than undertake them spiritually. A journey was only the […]
If you like to discover which is the most charming medieval cloister in Rome, for sure you will have to visit the basilica of John in the Lateran’s. And It is also the largest one with its 118,00 feet (36 metres) per side! An unquestioned masterpiece by the Vassallettos, the famous marble-worker family under the […]