By now readers know that I am a big fan of travel.
Travel can enhance one’s skills, experiences, and enrich one’s life. Understanding the cultures of others is an asset for many jobs. In fact, most top Chief Executive Officers have spent at least two years working internationally.
The same is true for learning foreign languages. Languages can enhance both personal life and career prospects. In fact,
To entice readers on the joys of experiencing foreign cultures, I like to look at interesting travel items. Previously, I have highlighted Latin America, the city of Paris, and the Sistine Chapel.
Today we look at Rome. Specifically, Rome as it was in the year 320 A.D.
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