The Four Rivers Fountain by Bernini in Piazza Navona
The Arch of Constantine in Rome with the Coliseum in the background.
The view of Rome from the top of St. Peter's Cathedral
Neoclassical fountain located at the enterance to Via Sciarra, one of the two parks located around the American University of Rome.
This cafe located in Santa Maria in Trastevere is a timeless example of the Roman lifestyle
This is one of the two main building of the American University of Rome. Many of the administrative offices and a few classrooms are located in this building.
Many Romans do not use dryers. Therefore, clothelines are all over the ancient city.
View of the Garden enterance to the American University of Rome. Here, students can meet in-between classes, catch some sun, eat lunch and relax under the giant pines.
View from the roof-top study terrace at the American University of Rome allows for 360 degree views of Rome.
Brothers playing soccer in Santa Maria in Trastevere. The mini version of Roma vs Lazio!
The monument was constructed in 1911 in order to celebrate the unification of Italy.
Entrance to the building of the American University of Rome that houses the library, computer labs, and classrooms
Entrance to the courtyard of the American University of Rome
Statue of St. Peter
Piazza di San Pietro
Lemon, orange and lime groves line the streets and hills of Sorrento. During the spring and summer, you will be able to enjoy fresh squeezed lemonade.
Statues found in the Trevi Fountain seem to be emmerging from the aquaduct fed fountain in the center of Rome.
A view of the Roman Colosseum
The infamous Trevi Fountain
Typical classroom at the AUR
The Villino is the newest addition to the AUR campus. Here, students can take language classes and other electives.
Running trails of Via Sciarra, directly across the street from the American University of Rome.
Villa Sciarra, just across the street from the AUR main entrance. The park boasts beautiful roses and other botanicals, a sculpture garden, and terrific running trails throughout.
Roman sunrise. From one of the seven hills in Rome and with the ancient city as a backdrop you will see the most breathtaking sunrises and sunsets while abroad.
Mopeds or Vespa scooters are the most common form of transportation for citizens of Rome
View from the American University of Rome. The white building (Victor Emanuel) is located in Piazza Venezia and behind that is part of the Roman Forum.
Digital Media lab, reserved for communications majors and students enrolled in those courses.
Students preparing vegetables for Italian cooking lessons.
Mattea serves students after teaching a cooking lesson.
Matttea and ISA students enjoying a walk through one of the many open markets in Rome.
ISA student takes the time to smell the roses and make a new friend.
Scoping out the new apartment.
ISA students enjoy a day in Piazza Navona, A great place to view Baroque architecture and sculpture.
Students touring ancient ruins of the Roman Forum in Spring.
Angel statues gracefully line the bridge across the Tiber leading to the 2,000-year-old Castel Sant'Angelo
Sunset over the Eternal City's Tiber River
This triumphal arch, situated in the Roman forum near the coliseum, was built in the Fourth Century A.D. to commemorate one of the emporer Constantine's major victory's.
AUR students enjoy a meal on the patio of their Roman apartment.
The garden courtyard of the American University of Rome
An alleyway near Rome's Campo dei Fiori.
Most of the classrooms of the American University of Rome are located in this lovely villa.
The Arch of Constantine, in the Roman Forum
Ancient tablet in the Roman Forum
Countless ruins strewn about the Roman Forum make the distant past seem not so far away.
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