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Excellent Website For Self-Guided Tours In Rome

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This is his website which is very good but also click-on on his "My [site name] Photos" link at the bottom of his pages, he has 220 photos just in the Roman Forum with a lot of detailed close-ups.
http://www.jeffbondono.com/TouristInRome/RomanForum.html (also links to the Palatine Hill, Colosseum, Pantheon, etc)

But his other site is *excellent*, it is actually his $2.99 Kindle e-book that he has posted for free, it's the archaeological sites of Rome (the majors and the minors) with photos and a brief history.

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00KEW57OI#reader_B00KEW57OI

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