With a stone head, a ten-metre-long creature in crumbly white chalk is outlined all over the sidewalk. It stretches and stretches from under the brick side-wall of the church of S. Rocco over the pavement and into the street and then points to the Ara Pacis pavilion. What is it? A ghost, a river god? Is it drawn by a wise child, a madonnaro, or someone brave and strange? I wonder, and then amble on. Some weeks later, walking from Via della Scrofa towards Piazza del Popolo, remembering the apparition with amusement, I expect it to be gone, washed away by recent rains. But lo! Here it is freshly outlined again, stretching mysteriously over the cobblestones. Now I notice scruffy funky objects too, scattered here and there over the stone posts surrounding the mound of the emperor Augustus
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New afternoon courses twice a week from h. 18 to h 18.50 Beginner course stats on October 3rd B2 Level Course starts on October 2nd
Needed Experienced EFL kindergarten, primary or secondary teachers, good communication and presentation skills also in Italian, to work for an innovative exciting new blended learn...
Prestigious school Santa Giuliana Falconieri based in Parioli Rome is currently seeking Mother tongue English teachers for afternoon Classes. All candidates interested in joining o...