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CAPUT MUNDI VENICE QUICKTIME EXCERPT 5 MIN    $$$

A follow-up to ROME CAPUT MUNDI, this is a unique feature-length exploration of Venice; part History, part Walking Tour and part Travel Essay, the totality of which, seamlessly edited, will please both those completely unfamiliar with Venice and visitors who have been even many times before.

Produced, Directed, Written, Presented & Edited by Peter Melaragno.  Photographed by Peter Melaragno & Charles Lyman Jr.    2012 (RT 85:00)

THE POCKET GUIDE TO ROME WALKING TOUR

This POCKET GUIDE is a 60-page more in-depth guide to the sites you will visit on your WALKING TOUR of Rome.  It includes a center page MAP that will help you navigate the city.  It is the same map used in ROME: THE WALKING TOUR video.

READ THE POCKET GUIDE ON-LINE    

ROME: YOUR WALKING TOUR QUICKTIME EXCERPT 5 MIN

Welcome to a boots-on-the-ground walk through modern Rome, a 48-minute companion video for ROME: CAPUT MUNDI.  It prescribes a walk of either one long day, or one of three leisurely days.  Either way, it takes in all the historical sites discussed in ROME: CAPUT MUNDI.

Produced by Charles Lyman.  Photographed by Peter Melaragno & Charles Lyman Jr.     Written, Directed, Presented & Edited by Peter Melaragno.  2008 (RT 50:00)

ROME: CAPUT MUNDI          QUICKTIME EXCERPT 5 MIN  $$$

ROME: CAPUT MUNDI is the first of a four-part look at Ancient Rome and its relevance to our post-9/11 world.  Only Part One is currently available.  It is 58 minutes.  With it in the same DVD case you will also find a 50-minute video: ROME: THE WALKING TOUR and a 60-page POCKET GUIDE to carry with you on a guided walking tour of modern Rome.

Produced by Charles Lyman.  Photographed by Peter Melaragno & Charles Lyman Jr.     Written, Directed, Presented & Edited by Peter Melaragno.  2008 (RT 58:00)