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Rome (part three) / Rim (treći dio)

 Here it is my final post about the eternal city and it covers my activities last Thursday. If you're interested in the time of day, you can see it on the photographs. The day started with the tour of the catacombs (inside it is not allowed to photograph but the outside is really lovely as well, especially those sheep behind my back) .....If you want to see what happened next...take a look.

Evo mog posljednjeg posta o Rimu i možete vidjeti fotografije obilaska grada prošlog četvrtka, a ima i vrijeme ako vas zanima. Obilazak je počeo sa katakombama (u kojima se ne smije slikati, ali okolica je jako lijepa također, pogotovo ove ovčice iza mene), a što smo još vidjeli...Pogledajte na fotografijama.









 





 



























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  1. Lovely,fantastic,amazing,whatever I say is not enough!
    Best regards:)

    Best Dressed Poland

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  2. My friend, you're lovely and the photos are amazing. :D Really, thanks for sharing :D <3

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  3. Great photos!!

    kisses

    http://myvintagememoirs.blogspot.com

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  4. This is my first time commenting on and visiting "a little place to call my own." I am John from the United States. What more can I say? These pictures of Rome are absolutely beautiful. You look very nice as well.

    johnbmarine.blogspot.com

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  5. I wasn't expecting Palm trees there. The building looks amazing! I like the smurf peeking out on your top ;), xoxo.

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    1. I love cartoons and hence cartoon images on tops:)

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  6. You´re looking really elegant with the leather coat, dear, like a classy Italian lady <3

    xx
    Rena
    http://dressedwithsoul.blogspot.de/

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    1. thanks...well in my case a classy Croatian lady

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  7. Hvala ti na posjeti blogu te na praćenju, uzvraćam praćenje ;)
    Rim sam posjetila davnih dana u srednjoj i do danas mi je ostao kao jedna od najdražih destinacija ikada posjećenih. Nadam se povratku jednoga dana! :*

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    1. hvala...lijep je grad...nadam se ovog proljeća malo obilaziti Hrvatsku, vidjela sam većinu toga, ali uvijek je lijepo vidjeti nešto što ti se sviđa ponovo.

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    1. I hope you'll get the chance. There is really a lot to see:)

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  9. Davvero bellissima la prima foto!!!
    Fabiola

    wildflowergirl

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  10. Rome is really amazing place! :) I always want to visit there. Hopefully, my fiance will consider go there on our honeymoon LoL

    Caroline
    http://missoline.com/

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    1. I'm sure anywhere where you go, you'll enjoy it:)

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  11. Nice pics!!! Rome is a magic city!!
    Kisses
    Francy&Stef
    Chic With The Least
    Also on Facebook and on Bloglovin’

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    1. grazie:) sono d'accordo. Roma e una città bellissima!

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  12. Lovely scarf in the initial pictures! Great photos...you seem to be enjoying yourself to the hilt girl:)
    Thanks for your comment on my blog:)
    Have a great time!
    best, Zia
    http://tisallaboutthefashion.blogspot.in

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    1. thank you...I have bought that scarf one evening(because I was feeling cold) as I was walking and it proved to be most useful. The best things are unplanned:)

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  13. Italija je prekrasna! Nadam se da si se lijepo odmorila :o)

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    1. i jesam i nisam...malo nam je naporan bio raspored obilaska Rima.

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  14. Amazing roman shoots!!! Enjoy the city!
    Come back soon to visit me on Cosa Mi Metto???
    Win an amazing MyBeautyBox!!

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  15. Predzadnja slika je tako slatka <3

    U Rimu jos uvijek nisam bila, ali cu, nadam se sukoro.
    Kako sam pozeljela putovanja, ahh.
    Hvala ti za slike, da malo putujem kroz tudje postove ;)

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  16. ooh welcome to italy!
    hope you'll enjoy your trip to rome :D
    pics are amazing!
    xoxo
    Syriously in Fashion
    Syriously Facebook Page

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  17. I love Rome!!! beautiful photos and post, Ivana!
    Have a wonderful weekend, dear! g+ and like in bloglovin for you...

    Besos, desde España, Marcela♥

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  18. vidljivo je da si se lijepo provela i to mi je bas drago! Italija je prekrasna!

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  19. Such a beautiful comment. Thaaaaank you :)

    I am so happy to see that you visited places that I like most in Rome :)

    Have a wonderful weekend, my love!

    Nicole

    www.nicoleta.me

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  20. Cool pics...Rome is very beautiful =)
    I love your blog...if you want we can follow each other, it would be great...tell me what do you think =)
    kisses,
    vogue4breakfast.blogspot.com/

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    1. thank's for the comment dear, I'm following you too =)

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  21. Roma è una città splendida! Spero di tornarci presto!
    http://namelessfashionblog.blogspot.it/
    http://www.facebook.com/NamelessFashionBlog

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  22. Hola preciosa !!
    Me encanta el look estas guapisima y las fotos son preciosas
    Un besazo y feliz finde
    http://gloritalabel.blogspot.com.es/

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  23. woow wonderful place!!-New post on my blog urbanfashionstylee.blogspot.com !!

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  24. love the pictures,,the place looks great!

    Maybe you have time to check my new post!
    Following you now..hope you'll do the same :)
    Love
    Surabhi :)

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  25. Lovely pictures. Nice outfit!
    www.impromp-two.blogspot.com

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  26. Great photos!:)

    http://crystalcosmicchic.blogspot.co.uk/

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  27. I love Rome!!! :-)
    I'm from Italy!
    Your blog is lovely! :-) I have a blog too! If you want to have a look at it, it would be really great!
    http://mystylerecipe.com
    x :-)

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  28. Amazing city with a great hystory and gorgeous architecture! Thanks for sharing such a nice post!
    Have a happy time!

    Best wishes, Alexandra
    www.svetusvet.blogspot.com

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  29. amazing photos
    http://loving-evelyn.blogspot.ro

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  30. UZAS!!! Jedan savet brisi blog! Ti blage veze nemas sa modom, gde nalazis sve ove stvari, ja sam bez teksta ostala kad sam videla tvoj blog. Majca, dzemper, duks, kozna jakna???? Strasno, ovo ne ostavlja nikog ravnodusnim, ja sam se veruj mi najezila od uzasa! Toliko...

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    1. hvala vam na komentaru i savjetu. Psihološki gledano, ljudi ne prihvaćaju savjete od osoba koje ne poznaju, sam proces davanja savjeta obično podrazumljeva nekakav prijateljski odnos, osim naravno kada se to (savjetovanje) čini u posprdnom značenju, na što naravno imate pravo kao i na bilo kakvo izražavanje mišljenja i ruganje, ali u tom slučaju vjerovatno iz istih razloga i nema potrebe za odgovorom.

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  31. love your smile, beautiful pictures..

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  32. Hello Ivana,

    great and interessting post about Rome.

    Bye.

    Jennifer

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