The theme for our travel pics this week (and a bit) is I, for Italy.
One of the things that you find, when you visit Rome, is that you can aim your camera almost at random, and get a great picture.
This one, for example, is of the ‘Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus at the Praetorian Barracks’
It’s a minor basilica (A minor one? How many churches does a city have to have before monuments like this become just ‘minor’ basilicas?) – and it is literally two streets away from the Rome Termini, the main train station in the centre of the city.