Colonne di S. Lorenzo (1/4)

© Andrea Caumo

Colonne di S. Lorenzo (1/4)

Uploaded: May 19, 2002

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Colonne di S. Lorenzo (St. Laurence's Columns) are the most ancient (2nd Century A.D.) remains of the Roman Empire in Milano- Contax 139, 28mm, Ektachrome 200

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