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Хоть к сладкому я отношусь довольно равнодушно, но в Италии вкуснейшее джелато!
Джелато-это разновидность мороженого, в котором отсутствуют химические добавки, поэтому срок его годности при температурном режиме -15 составляет всего 3 дня, а мороженое, сделанное на фабрике, может храниться 3−4 года. Его готовят там же, где и продают.
Джелатерий в Италии огромное количество, можно делать отдельный пост по городам😅
Я вам посоветую три знаменитых сетевых джелатерии:
Первые две есть не только в Италии😉
Мои любимые вкусы:
🔷мята с шоколадной крошкой
🔷лимон или лайм
❓А какой вкус мороженого любите вы?
“I won't wear makeup on Thursday
I'm sick of covering up
I'm tired of feeling so broken
I'm tired of falling in love
Sometimes I'm shy and I'm anxious
Sometimes I'm down on my knees
Sometimes I try to embrace all my insecurities
So I won't wear makeup on Thursday
'Cause who I am is enough
And there are many things that I could change so slightly
But why would I succumb to something so unlike me?
I was always taught to just be myself
Don't change for anyone
I wanna love, I don't wanna cry
Don't want these tears inside my eyes, yeah
Don't wanna wake up and feel insecure
I wanna sing, I wanna dance
I wanna feel love inside my hands again
I just wanna feel beautiful...”
Thursday - Jess Glynne
Pons Aelius: the modern Ponte S. Angelo, built by Hadrian in connection with his #mausoleum and finished in 134 AD. It had three main #arches with three smaller arches on the left and two on the right. In 1527 the #statues of S. Peter and S. Paul were erected by Clement VII, and in 1669 ‑ 1671 Clement IX placed on the parapet the famous statues representing #angels. Two of the arches on the left side had become covered up, but the structure remained intact until the building of the present embankment in 1892 necessitated the reconstruction of the ends of the #bridge, so that only the three central arches are now standing ().
As one stands inside the grandiose space of the #Pantheon, the light circle entering the building through the #oculus moves perceptibly around the #dome as the earth turns, and makes the viewer aware of the cosmic forces And, of course, when there is rain, it comes straight into the building, trickles down the drain holes in the floor, and is carried away in the still-functioning #Roman drainpipes underneath. The oculus (8,3 m across) is the only source of natural #light in the building except for the huge double entrance doors. Making an opening of this size in the roof was a piece of engineering that was daring in the extreme. There had been earlier examples of openings in the centre of a dome, but none had approached this size. Today, the sheathing around the oculus is still the original Roman bronze. In contrast, the original bronze roof tiles on the exterior of the dome have had to be replaced several times since antiquity, and are now made of lead (RAMAGE, N. H., RAMAGE, A. 2013: Roman Art: Romulus to Constantine. New Jersey, 238 - 239).