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Rome video

This video is a bit of an experiment with a new camera.  It addition to still photos, the camera is able to shoot video footage (some times choppy).  I thought I'd try it out during our visit to Rome.  Enjoy the experiment.  

If you would like to see still photos from our trip, click here.


Length: 7 minutes


  • Crowds of people out and about

  • Trevi Fountain

  • Pantheon

  • Pope John Paul II speaking at St. Peter's Basilica

  • Crowd of people listening to the Pope

  • St. Peter's Basilica

  • View from inside St. Peter's Basilica dome

  • Mosaic inside St. Peter's Basilica dome

  • View of Rome from St. Peter's Basilica dome

  • St. Peter's Square

  • Vatican museum sculptures

  • Vatican museum map hall

  • Vatican museum Raphael rooms

  • Sistine chapel - Michaelangelo

  • Piazza del Popolo

  • Spanish Steps

A reminder - there is audio, so adjust your volume accordingly.

The video is a 35 mb file.

Approximate download times:

1 and 1/2 hours with a 56k connection

45 minutes with a broadband connection

20 minutes with a DSL connection

3 minutes with a 'T line' connection at you local library

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