Welcome to Week#13 of Taphophile Tragics on this blog! I can’t believe it’s thirteen weeks already …. how time flies. But I wanted to say that I do appreciate everyone who has found this meme, and has participated — thank you!!!
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This week, I’m sharing a photo from my trip to Pisa two years ago (May, 2011). We were in Pisa on Easter Sunday, and this photo is from the Camposanto.
There’s an article in Wikipedia that has information about what this place is, as well as on this site, Sacred Destinations. This was one of the times that I’m very glad I use a digital camera, and didn’t have to worry about using rolls of film …… there were so many wonderful monuments and frescoes, that I just kept snapping away (and now, wish I had taken even more photos!)