If Pasquino is no longer lampooning from his popular corner near Piazza Navona, the walls of Rome are still speaking in rhymes in Trullo district, a suburb in the western part of Rome, where seven guys are spreading metroromantic poems all around the hood.
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“Do you wanna take a beautiful picture?”
“Then head over there, at the corner between Via Massa Marittima and Via Sarzana”
Again, I found myself marveling at how our buildings and human constructions are all relative and fleeting: wild nature came first and will come after.