|Graffiti at Venice|
On my walk around Venice, I spotted graffiti here and there. After traveling in Italy extensively over the last five years, it just doesn't bother me anymore. It is a form of expression that goes back to Roman times. Below is an example from the Roman Colosseum. I found the Colosseum graffiti photo on a blog, Makenzie's blog.
|Graffiti at Roman Colosseum|
Some more photos of graffiti I found on Venice.
By the way, the first graffiti says "Ti amo" which must mean the same as "Te amo" in Spanish, or I love you!