A street view of St. Peter's Basilica, the famed Renaissance church located within the walls of Vatican City, late at night.
The perceptions of Rome that I had as a child came more from films than within classroom walls.
Caption for the photo: A visitor to Florence pauses to admire the tourist fare lined along a street near the Arno River during a nighttime stroll.
Maybe it’s the gelato talking, but I think I’m in love—in love with the city of Florence.
Barcelona is famous for its ham, and no type is more famous than the "jamón ibérico," or Iberian Ham, that literally melts in one's mouth. Here, a butcher displays the many options available for the day.
Spices can be bought by the bottle, bag, or string! Here, a wide variety of peppers are on display for those who want to try some of Catalan's locally grown fare.
A candy vendor displays his colorful products for all to see—and try.
A dedicated photographer gets low to capture the best angle of the Leaning Tower of Pisa in Pisa, Italy.
There is no view quite like this one—and I’m not talking about the Leaning Tower of Pisa. I’m talking about the swarms of tourists milling around, posing with the aforementioned crooked piece of architecture.
Harvard president Drew Faust addresses a crowd in front of Tercentenary Theater on Wednesday, May 23rd during the ROTC Commissioning Ceremony.
Secretary of the Navy and Harvard Law School alumnus Roy Mabus addresses crowds in front of Tercentenary Theater on Wednesday, May 23rd during the ROTC Commissioning Ceremony. Four Harvard members of the class of 2012 received commissions in various branches of the armed forces.
Jacque Mistral, Piere Keller Visiting Professor in the Program on Transatlantic Relations and head of economic studies at the French Institute of International Relations in Paris talks about the future of France and the European Union at Harvard's Center for European Studies on Tuesday.
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