Dec 16, 2008

La Dolce Vita in Rome

This season Kani Ladies travelled to Rome, one of Europe’s most ancient and beautiful cities, and enjoyed La Dolce Vita. The Kani Ladies Spring/Summer campaign brings you to some of Rome’s landmarks, such as the Michelangelo fountain, the Colosseum, Spanish steps, The Arch of Constantine and Vittoriano.

The Michelangelo fountain

The Colosseum is probably the most impressive building of the Roman empire. The monumental structure has fallen into ruins, but it still maintains an imposing and beautiful sight. Emperors used the Colosseum to entertain the public with free games. Those games were a symbol of prestige and power and they were a way for an emperor to increase his popularity.

Next to the Colosseum you will find the Arch of Constantine, one of the most recent of the three remaining imperial arches in Rome. The arch is 21 meter high and is well preserved and richly decorated.

The Piazza di Spagna is a popular meeting place in Rome. It is also one of the most visually pleasing squares. With the combination of the famous Spanish Steps, an obelisk and a rosy church the Piazza di Spagna has become a meeting place for both artists and models. The entire area surrounding the Spanish Steps is Rome’s fashion haven, and a shopper’s dream come true.

The Vittoriano monument was build to honor Victor Emmanuel, the first king of a unified Italy. Giuseppe Sacconi designed the monument in 1895 and it was inaugurated in 1911. The Vittoriano was completed in 1935.

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