For the 13th time in the Academy Awards history an Italian movie got an Oscar! After Fellini, Tornatore, Salvatores and Benigni now it is Paolo Sorrentino’s turn with its masterpiece The Great Beauty.We are proud to say that it was all shot in amazing Rome!
Rome is a natural movie set and it could be the best destination for your Italian wedding.
A little touch of La Dolce Vita and and another little touch of The Great Beauty (In Italian: La Grande Bellezza) for your Italian wedding.
Our post today is a homage to Paolo Sorrentino that made us proud and a homage to our beloved Rome, one of the most beautiful city in the world!
A must-seen destination at least once in a lifetime.
In this post you will see some pictures of the most known places in Rome (Coliseum, Spanish Steps, Piazza del Popolo, St. Peter’s square, Roman Forum) but even some new ones.
Just like in Paolo Sorrentino’s Great Beauty.
Sorrentino shows us some unusual locations, that could be a new discovery of Rome.
Every corner of Rome could be surprise, you will never be tired to explore it.
These could be a special set for your weddings photos in Rome.
The author of most of these shots is Alessandro Zingone photographer that is involved in Cinema too.
As the matter of fact he worked a lot for Cinecittà and still photographer.
You can see in his shot that little cinematic touch that makes the difference.
In Paolo Sorrentino The Great Beauty you will see River Tiber, Via Vittorio Veneto one of the most expensive streets in Rome and a central location in The Great Beauty, just like in La Dolce Vita.
Then Parco degli Acquedotti and Aventine Hill to enjoy the view over Villa del Priorato di Malta. This is known for the famous keyhole through which you can see the dome of Saint Peter’s dome can be spied at the end of a cypress tree garden.
Then Chiostro of St Peters in Montorio and Acqua Paola Fountain on Janiculum hill, Barberini Palace, Spada Palace, Braschi Palace, Altemps Palace without forgetting Bramante Temple, Estruscan Museum of Villa Giulia, Musei Capitolini, Villa Medici and Campidoglio.
There is enough to fall in love with Rome once again!
Thank you Paolo Sorrentino!
Let’s come in Rome to see how beautiful are famous locations but even hidden beauties. We will be happy to show you all little secrets Rome hides!