Rome – Aerial View of the Central Archaeological Area of Rome: The Capitoline Hill, The Roman and Imperial Forums, The Palatine Hill and Colosseum Valley (09/2009). [size 3000 x 3000].

Rome – Aerial View of the Central Archaeological Area of Rome: The Capitoline Hill, The Roman and Imperial Forums, The Palatine Hill and Colosseum Valley (09/2009). [size 3000 x 3000].
Fonti / source: This image “Rome 09/2009 satellite view” was cited from the the follow reference source 1) while the original source of the images is derived from 2):
1). “The Colosseum, Rome, Italy – This satellite image of Rome, Italy was taken from 423 miles in space by the GeoEye-1 satellite on Sept. 11, 2009. The image shows the Colosseum, which has 50,000 seats and was the largest amphitheatre ever built during the Roman Empire.”
cfr: World’s Highest Resolution Pictures [ I ], JOI, 18 FEBRUARIE 2010. http://gislands.blogspot.com/
2). Featured High Resolution Imagery › The Colosseum, Rome, Italy (09/2009). Copyright © 2010 GeoEye, Inc. http://www.geoeye.com/CorpSite/gallery/detail.aspx?iid=261&gid=20
For addition large-scale high resolution aerial / satellite views of Roma (1998-2009), see:
Martin G. Conde (edt.), 2.2. ROME – THE IMPERIAL FORA: AERIAL VIEWS / BIRD’S EYE VIEWS (2008-9); SATELLITE & AERIAL & BIRD’S EYE VIEWS (1999-2009); DIGITAL – MAPS: ‘PIO-CASTASTO URBANO’ (1818-1824), R. LANCIANI & I. GISMONDI, (19TH /20TH CENT.). etc. =

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