Synopses & Reviews
G. Franco Romagnoli left Rome in his late twenties to seek his fortune as a documentary filmmaker in America. But the love of his native city took him home repeatedly for visits. "A Thousand Bells at Noon" is his revealing guide to contemporary Rome. From the great churches and palazzos to the small apartments and crowded streets, Romagnoli shares all of Rome's charms and contradictions. Photos. Maps.
An expatriate Roman vividly brings to life his native city, in this stunning travel guide that captures all of Rome's charms and contradictions, from the beautiful churches and palazzos to the small apartments and crowded streets.