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Rome is the city of echoes, the city of illusions, and the city of yearning
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"Rome is the city of echoes, the city of illusions, and the city of yearning"

- Giotto di Bondone

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The quote by Giotto di Bondone describes the magnificence, mystique, and appeal of Rome. The phrase "city of echoes" can be interpreted in numerous methods. Firstly, it might indicate the city's historical grandeur and significance, echoing throughout time, politics, and culture. Second of all, it may be referencing the city's large, reverberating areas, echoing footsteps, and voices. The expression "city of impressions" might mention the numerous exteriors and fa├žades of Rome, from its grand architecture and monuments to its apparently limitless layers of history and legends. Finally, the "city of yearning" may describe the psychological and spiritual connection people have with Rome, as they yearn to go to and experience its addictive charm and appeal.

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Giotto di Bondone This quote is written / told by Giotto di Bondone between 1266 AC and January 8, 1337. He was a famous Artist from Italy. The author also have 4 other quotes.

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