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Ancient triangles...

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All three photos were taken at the Museo Archeologico (Archaeological Museum) in Verona, Italy last summer.

Comments (8)

Kathy (Trekcapri):

Hi Girasoli, I really like your photo collection of Ancient Triangles. Seems like that's a pretty interesting museum in Verona. Wish I can one day see it.

Have a wonderful weekend!

These are very cool. Love the colors in the first one. I wish I'd visited that museo when I was in Verona.

Have a great weekend!

Great triangle photos! I especially love the first one.

Nice finds. I'm always intrigued with ancient artifacts.

Mar:

Wonderful triangles!! are pictures actually allowed in the museum??
;)

Great shots. Is the second one the 'all knowing eye' featured prominently in Angels and Demons et al?

Not just triangles in you photos, lots of other shapes. We missed the Museo Archeologico when in Verona--looks like we will have to go back!

Thanks everyone. If you ever get the chance to get to Verona, I would highly recommend this museum. I visited this museum once many years ago and have always wanted to go back. I dragged Katia all over Verona to get to this museum last summer during our daytrip to Verona - something I still need to write about. It is a small museum. We were the only ones there during our visit besides a few museum workers. There were no "no photos" signs posted and the two ladies we encountered in some of the rooms did not say anything, so I assume as long as you keep your flash off, photos are allowed.

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