On day five of our trip to Rome we started with a visit to a park: Park Borghese. It's named after the villa that's on the park grounds and that was build for cardinal Scipione Borghese.
There were some cool statues.
I really liked this one.
This was my owner's favorite statue.
We also saw a small temple.
It had all kinds of animals on the ceiling.
Can you see the wild boar?
I spotted a fountain with rabbits on it.
And there was a lake with a mysterious temple on an island.
In many of the trees there were cicadas and they were singing.
What a beautiful sound.
This is a statue of Nikolai Gogol.
He was a Russian playwright so that's why the statue had a mask in its hands.
All in all the park was lots of fun.