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in Italy, with over three million people. Reading and learning from Rome’s Mas- ter Plan, Piano Regolatore Generale (City Plan in Italian) is fascinating. As a son of Italian immigrants, I have


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s an urban planner, much of my passion and inspiration comes from my Ital- ian DNA, but also from visiting Rome. Rome is the largest city


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always been interested in learning more about my culture, my history, what makes my inner self so different from other people of other cultures and places. I am proud of be-


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Flights are available from Winnipeg via Toronto, Rome and Frankfurt.


ing Italian and being from this place where my parents came from; this place where much of modern science and modern language was born and where we still marvel at the engineering and architectural feats of the past. From the aqueducts to the spectacular Pantheon in Rome (one of the first domes introduced to architecture) to the roads and bridges built thousands of years ago but are still in use today, Roman planning has stood the test of time. Te Coliseum, considered one of the great- est works of Roman architecture and engineering


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Photo by Pascal Wiemers.


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