Rome’s Sublime Madonnelle 2

Just off Campo de’ Fiori – isn’t she gorgeous? My new favorite.

There oughta be a law! In November I began taking photos for my first madonnelle post. Three months later when I finally wrote the post, I thought I had all of the photos that I needed or wanted. Ha! The very next day I walked home from my Italian class on a street just off of Piazza Navona. I don’t often use that street, and sure enough, I found two more madonnelle that I must share with you. One day this week I spotted what may be my favorite on a street just off of Campo de’ Fiori. Then today, while I was taking photographs for the post that I plan to write tomorrow, I found a few more. I also learned that madonnelle have their own street, Vicolo della Madonnella, a few blocks west of Campo de’ Fiori. I looked for a madonnella on Vicolo della Madonnella, but it must be long gone. So sad!

I can’t resist these little beauties!

Ciao!

For all of the madonnelle posts, see Part 1, Part 2, Part 3.

On Via dei Coronari (near Piazza Navona)

On Via dei Coronari (near Piazza Navona)

I glanced down an alley off of Via dei Coronari (near Piazza Navona) and found this madonnella. The colors are brilliant, but the reflections from glass kept me from shooting a good photo.

I glanced down an alley off of Via dei Coronari (near Piazza Navona) and found this madonnella. The colors are brilliant, but the reflections from glass kept me from shooting a good photo.

Near Quattro Fontane on Via del Quirinale

Near Quattro Fontane on Via del Quirinale

On Via Cavour

On Via Cavour

Near the Vittorio Emanuele II monument. The colors are really bright, but it's covered with glass and the street is under construction, so I had a hard time shooting the photo.

Near the Vittorio Emanuele II monument. The colors are really bright, but it’s covered with glass and the street is under construction, so I had a hard time shooting the photo.

Street

 

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One Response to Rome’s Sublime Madonnelle 2

  1. Meredith Prock says:

    Great photos, even the two covered with glass.

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