Renaissance drawings and Nativity scenes light up Rome this Christmas.
Rome will illuminate the city hall building at Palazzo Senatorio with a light show of Roman Renaissance drawings over the Christmas period.
Titled Nascimento. Ispirazione Romana, the project will see city hall lit up with Renaissance images of a city model "based on the concepts of harmony, symmetry and proportion."
In addition two landmark buildings in Piazza Navona - Palazzo Braschi and Palazzo Pamphilj - will be illuminated at night with images of the Nativity, as part of the AmoR, che move project.
The light shows can be enjoyed each night from Christmas Eve until 6 January.
Cover image: Piazza Navona - photo credit: Vivere Roma
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Rome lights up at Christmas with Nativity paintings
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