Reading the Gazette in the Pantheon while visiting Rome
Frank and Joyce Livelli of Millsboro recently traveled to Tuscany, Italy. Their travels included stops in Rome, Florence, Orvieto, Montecatini Terme, Cinque Terre and Grosseto. “Naturally, we brought our Cape Gazette along and snapped a shot of us in the Pantheon,” said Joyce. “We are avid fans of the Gazette.”
The Pantheon, a formal Roman temple, is in use as a Catholic church. Masses are celebrated there on Sundays and holy days of obligation. Weddings are also held there from time to time while faithful Cape Gazette readers enjoy stopping by just to read.
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