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  • The temples of some of the nations of Louisiana are very mean, and one would often be apt to mistake them for the huts of private persons, but to those who are acquainted with their manners, they are easily distinguishable, as they have always before the door two posts formed like the ancient Termini, that is, having the upper part cut into the shape of a man's head.

    History of Louisisana Or of the Western Parts of Virginia and Carolina: Containing

  • Stazione Termini, Rome's main train station, is a marvel of cool architectural rationalism above and a milling press of commerce and humanity below.

    Finding Fellini

  • Joe Termini Ruschmeyer's, a refurbished camplike resort, is the hot spot with the fashion crowd this summer.

    In Montauk, a Resort to See and Be Seen

  • Joe Termini Ruschmeyer's, a refurbished camplike resort, is the hot spot with the fashion crowd this summer.

    In Montauk, a Resort to See and Be Seen

  • The existing agency for the cooperation of energy regulators, or ACER, could become the equivalent of the European Central Bank for the energy sector, Italian Energy Regulator Commissioner Valeria Termini told reporters Wednesday.

    Italy Regulator Urges Gas Reform

  • When I arrived by train at Stazione Termini recently, the Galleria was plastered with billboards advertising underwear.

    Finding Fellini

  • Alessia Pierdomenico/Bloomberg ROME STRIKE: Pedestrians lined up for taxis at Termini station during a bus, tram and subway strike in Rome Friday.

    Photos of the Day: Dec. 16

  • Statue Recycling Less than a year after unveiling a five-meter-tall bronze statue of the late Pope John Paul II in front of Rome's Termini train station, the city's mayor, Gianni Alemanno, has announced modifications to the widely derided work, including replacement of its head, which many have found to resemble that of Benito Mussolini.

    Life in Italy Takes On a Faster Tempo

  • Alamy Roma Termini rail station entrance Today the bar has had a makeover and in the process has lost some of its charm.

    Finding Fellini

  • I usually sleep terribly and promise after every trip not do it again in a hurry, but am soon looking for another excuse, since nothing beats showing up for the night train at Rome's Termini station, where chunks of Roman masonry stand outside the glass-fronted entrance hall and trains pull into platforms decked out with 1930s mosaics, sleek black stone benches and art-deco drinking fountains.

    Last train to Sicily

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