✧After meeting ✧We will start by standing in front of the Colosseum, ✧Then we will walk through Via Dei Fori Imperiali and then will take some photos in front of the "Altare della Patria" at Venezia Square. ✧Then passing by the Pontifical Gregorian University, we will see the marvelous Trevi Fountain with its light effects at night. ✧After the Pantheon, we can get some Italian espresso - my treat. (Near the Pantheon is the very well-known "Gelateria Fiocco Di Neve" for the ice-cream lovers.) ✧Then we will walk through Piazza Navona leading to our last destination: the French/Spanish Steps. p.s. For availability of this experience in the daytime, look: "10 wonders of Rome in 2.5 hs"
Answering this question is hard for me. I think it is easier to talk about the whole world instead of ourselves. because on the one hand, I have to maintain the balance between being humble and not showing myself too good because it leads to arrogance. On the other hand, being too humble also leads to arrogance. Whatever there is no 'passing' option for this question, I am writing only my studies in interreligious dialogue: ✧2011-2014; Bachelor’s degree in “Islamic Sciences” ✧2014-2016; Master of Science Degree in “Modern Islamic Studies" ✧2016-2018; 2-year post-graduate diploma in “Judaism and Christian-Jewish Relations” ✧2018-2019; 1-year Diploma in "Interreligious Studies" (Christianity and the Religions & Cultures of Asia) ✧28 Feb. 2018 - the Pope met me ;) ✧March 2019 - got accepted for a Ph.D. program (H. Seminary - CT)
1. Colosseum 2. The Vittorio Emanuele II Monument/ Altar of the Fatherland 3. Piazza Venezia 4. Pontifical Gregorian University 5. Trevi Fountain 6. Pantheon 7. Coffee break (5 min.) 8. Piazza Navona 9. French/Spanish Steps