General info:
  ▪ Model:  C750UZ
Basic shot info:
  ▪ Focal Length:  63.0 mm
  ▪ Flash:  Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode
  ▪ Metering Mode:  Spot
  ▪ ISO Speed Ratings:  100
Advanced shot info:
  ▪ Exposure Bias Value:  -0.3
  ▪ Exposure Time:  1/200 sec
  ▪ Max Aperture Value:  F3.7
Exif-related info:
  ▪ Date/Time:  2005:08:31 19:54:47
  ▪ Exif Image Width:  333 pixels
  ▪ Exif Image Height:  432 pixels
  Central Italy »  Viewing Gun sculpture     [Image 4 of 13]  
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Comment: A modern sculpture, presumably made from the gun barrels left behind after the war. The sculture can be found on the hillside below Monte Cassino, near another ruin.
Aqueduct near Tarquina * Remains of a large acqueduct near Tarquina.  This probably supplied the city with its water. * 504 x 301 * (61KB)

Basilica Monte Cassino * The interior of the basilica at Monte Cassino, which was totally destroyed in less than 3 hours and later rebuilt from the original plans. * 432 x 323 * (71KB)

Cassino from hotel  * The monastery at Monte Cassino, as viewed from the valley below. * 432 x 244 * (48KB)

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Gun sculpture
Inside Duomo Orvieto * The interior of the Duomo at Orvieto, which is surprisingly simple compared to the exquisite exterior. * 323 x 432 * (65KB)

Marche countryside * The March countryside. * 432 x 323 * (63KB)

Medieval Quarter * The old medieval quarter of Viterbo, one of the best preserved in Italy. * 328 x 432 * (63KB)

Palazzo Papale loggia * The loggia on the Palazzo Papale in Viterbo, Italy. * 504 x 302 * (52KB)

Panoramic view from Cassino * The grand view from Monte Cassino.  The view shows why it was such a strategic site. * 706 x 73 * (28KB)

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