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ROMA EM AQUARELA

ROMA EM AQUARELA

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  • So beautiful painting from great painter!!! I'll get the file my dear friend Gaby!!
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  • Beautiful pps.Thanks for sharing.Hugs-Virginia
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  • Hari Om!

    Romans and Vedic Indians have similarities.

    Swastika Symbol For Romans----

    Romans were very much familiar with the symbol of swastika, for them it is was an Etruscan symbol from which the Roman culture derived. Romans considered it as the emblem of their Supreme God Jupiter. Romans freely used the both handed Swastikas in decorating the mosaic floors and walls of Pompeii. They widely used the pattern of Swastika on the temples, altars, household potteries & goods, brooches in their conquered territories in Europe and British isle and North Africa. Roman Altar found near the Great Roman Wall in Northumberland, England, has two Swastikas carved on either side of a crescent moon.

    Swastika Symbol For Vedic Indians------

    Swastika represents all four Vedas. Geometrically, the symbol consists of four parts and points towards four directions. If the Swastika is turned around from the centre clock-wise or anti-clockwise, it does not make any geometrical or physical changes. This represents the unchanging, all directional and endless nature of God. Swastika is the symbol of divinity therefore it is a fundamental part of all religious ceremonies of Hindus and others. Swastikas can be seen adorned in ceremonies of birth, marriage and festivals. The Swastika does not come from anti-Semitic origins; it derives from the ancient language of Vedic Dharma, Sanskrit. In Sanskrit, Swastika means auspiciousness. The Shlok “swasti na indro vruddhastravaha svastinah pusha vishvavedaha! Swasti nastakshya arishtanemihi svastino bruhaspatirdadhatu!! of yajurved defines the swastika saying, “May all mighty god of infinite glory be auspicious to us, May the all knowing Lords of the universe be of auspiciousness to us. May the powerful protection of the universe bring auspiciousness to us May the Lord of Lords. The supreme being brings fortune to us.”

    Beautiful paintings. Thank you.

    Love and Om!
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  • Thats so beautiful thanks for sharing :)
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  • 1. Roma di fine '800 negli acquerelli di E. Franz Roesler
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  • 3. Via del Campanile in Borgo con il Campanile della Chiesa di S.Maria in Traspontina Sullo sfondo il Passetto di Borgo. Vecchie case nel vicolo della Volpe in fondo il campanile della Chiesa e Ospizio di S. Maria dell'Anima (1450)
  • 4. Fontana dell'Acqua Paola a Ponte Sisto in Via Giulia.
  • 5. Barca sul Tevere dopo Ponte Milvio con la cupola di S.Pietro sullo sfondo.
  • 6. La via Fiumara, nel Ghetto, inondata
  • 7. Isola Tiberina da ponente col Ponte Cestio prima delle ultime demolizioni
  • 8. La Porta S. Paolo o Ostiense
  • 9. Piazza Barberini - La Via del Tritone al fondo
  • 10. Ponte Senatorio, detto Ponte Rotto. A destra la chiesa del Salvatore e ruderi presso i bagni di Donna Olimpia: (dalle sponde della Ripa Greca o via di Porta Leone)
  • 11. La via Rua, in fondo il Portico d'Ottavia
  • 12. S. Giorgio al Velabro con l' Arco di Giano.
  • 13. Dai Prati di Castello - Il Tevere con le vecchie case della via di Monte Brianzo, a sinistra una delle posterule.
  • 14. Obelisco agli eroi di Dogali davanti alla Stazione Termini. Ragazzo con tacchino sulle spalle al Foro Romano .
  • 15. Il Tevere da Ponte Sisto. Sulla sinistra i giardini della Farnesina. Al centro un barcone. Sullo sfondo la cupola di S.Pietro ed il Campanile di S.Spirito in Sassia. A destra palazzo Falconieri .
  • 16. Nella Villa Ludovisi presso la porta Salaria - Mura Aureliane a destra
  • 17. Scorcio delle Terme di Caracalla con la cupola di S.Pietro sullo sfondo .
  • 18. La Torre della Contessa Matilde sull'Isola Tiberina con il Ponte Fabricio.
  • 19. Villa Ludovisi presso Porta Salaria con le Mura Aureliane a destra. Oggi è la zona compresa tra Via Campania e Via Boncompagni presso P.zza Fiume.
  • 20. I Prati di Castello con sullo sfondo Monte Mario.
  • 21. F I N E Música: Arivederci Roma Reedição: JJS