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The copy of the statue of the mythical she-wolf which nourished the twin brothers Romulus and Remus who became the founders of Rome. The original can be seen in the Musei Capitolini in Rome, and this copy is a bit out of place at this...More
A statue of a wolf suckling Romulus and Remus on a tall pedestal will be found close to the Leaning Tower. Why is a monument to the founding of Rome here, no one seems able to explain.
Impressive statue, two minutes to view, then move...More
A replica of the mythical she-wolf suckling the twins, Romulus and Remus, from the legend of the founding of Rome, what is it doing in Pisa? It is erected in the lawn area of the Piazza dei Miracoli, photo from a distance as you must...More
One of many Lupa statues sprinkled around Italy. The she wolf, Romulus and Remus sit atop a column in Piazza dei Miracoli. This symbol is more closely associated with the founding of Rome than anything to do with Pisa.
After taking in all the main attractions that the Piazza dei Miracoli had to offer, we decided to chill out for a while, and stood looking over towards the Lupa Capitolina which is situated in the centre of a well kept cordoned off lawn.