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    Romeball likes roaming is Italyball's capital cityball, and was once SPQRball's capital cityball. It is home to Vatican Cityball, the smallest country all in the world.

    Romeball is the largest city in Italy in terms of population and area. Rome is very famous for its fine dining which includes lots of Italian food. Rome is also famous for its history and culture. It is considered the center of Italian culture itself. Because of all of these facts about Rome, they usually act as incentives for tourists from countries like France or Germany to come and interact with the culture and intermingle with the city.

    In 2019, Rome was the 11th most visited city in the world, a fact that Romeball prizes so dearly much. Due to the history that Rome holds, the city center was declared a UNESCO heritage site. The city center declares famous Roman and Italian Architecture including the Colosseum, a large dome-shaped cylinder that the SPQRball used to entertain its short attention spanned inhabitants by making captured soldiers from places like Germania fight against lions.

    The game was based off the crowd, so if they put a thumbs down, it meant that they didn't want the warrior to die. However, if they put up a thumbs up, then that meant that they wanted them to die. This was one of the first examples of Democracy after the Ancient Greeks and Romans. (Funny how it was that this new democracy was used to decide if someone would die or not). Other famous pieces of architecture include St. Peter's Basilica, Castel de Sant'Angelo, and the Pantheon.

    Romeball can into domination victory conquering, economy, religion and renaissance. cannot into the latest fashion (so last year) and sadly, removing trash from streets.


    At first 2balls inhabited the region and developed into the Italic Tribes. One of the major Italic tribeballs were the Latinballs. One day, The Latinballs established the city of Romeball. The cityball was born in 753 BC along the Tiber river and started the Roman Kingdomball in what is now modern-day west-central Italyballl. Soon it developed a rivalry with Etruscanball.

    At a point, in 509 BC, the Romans didn't trust kings, and replaced their kingdom with a republic. Later, Romeball kicked Etruscanball and expanded all across the Italian peninsula, with Romeball as the capital. Romeball eventually stole Greek architecture and ideas.

    The Roman Republicball was replaced with an empire in 27 BC, so Romeball became the capital of the Roman Empireball, an empire with large territorial holdings around the Mediterranean Sea in Europe, Africa and Asia. Romeball was the seat of the Roman emperors. It is now regarded as one of the birthplaces of Western civilization. It eventually adopted Christianity.

    So happened the fall of SPQRball, which marked the beginning of the Middle Ages. This started the era of the Second Rome: the Rome of the Popes. Romeball was occupied at times by Ostrogothic Kingdomball, Byzantineball, or the Kingdom of the Lombardsball until the Papal Statesball was established in 754 AD.

    Under the Papal Statesball, Romeball was the seat of the popes, and the Catholic Church, and has a major power in Europe. Romeball became first one of the major centers of the Italian Renaissance, and then the birthplace of the Baroque style art.

    In 1871 Romeball became the capital of the  Kingdom of Italyball, this started the era of the Third Rome: The Rome of the People. In 1946, he became the capital of the Italian Republicball (modern Italyball). Romeball now has the status of a global city, and is one of the most visited cityballs in the world.




    How to draw

    Romeball is very simple to draw:

    1. Divide the basic circle shape into two vertical stripes, red and yellow
    2. Draw the eyes and you've finished.


    pt:Romaball es:Romaball

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