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  • Renee Byrnes

    The Roman Forum. One of my favorite places on earth. I could sit there for hours communing with the history and wonder of the ancient ruins.

  • AnneMarie DeCaro

    Foro Romano- Ancient Roman Forum Rome, Italy

  • Heather Matwich

    Now this is what I call a world tour destination. I think we should up the book tour experience. Close your eyes, think Sigma, chase scene, Rome, Italy. How would you like to go to a signing with a view like this? Photo Credit:

  • Sonia Slusarczyk

    Roman Holiday

  • Otonyo Ocho

    The Roman Forum - Rome, Italy. My favorite place in much history!!!!

  • Chelle de Boer

    Roman Forum, Rome. If you pretend all the other tourists aren't there, you can imagine how fantastic it was back in Ancient Rome.

  • Susan Marshall

    Florence, Italy

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