Photographed & edited by Riccardo Vincenzi. Artist's recommendation: 28" x 40" (70cm x 100cm) printed on aluminum.
The Trinità dei Monti is a late Renaissance Catholic church in Rome that overlooks the Piazza di Spagna. Interestingly, this church and the surrounding area are actually owned by France. The church was originally commissioned by King Louis XII of France in 1502 during France's occupation of Naples.
However, construction was slow, and the church was finished in an Italian style by an unknown architect. During the Napoleonic occupation of Rome in 1812, this church was despoiled by robbers and looters. However, it was eventually restored by King Louis XVIII of France in 1816, and thus continues to belong to France.
48 megapixel 4k drone shot. Specially edited for FineArt printing. Choose between high-quality 5mm PVC or Aluminum materials. Frame not included.