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Mitch Wagner
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Visiting Roma In Second Life

Second Life's Aberystwyth Lane recently visited one of the best areas in Second Life: Roma, which is dedicated to role-playing the ancient Roman Empire. She posted a terrific photo essay, which highlights all the detail and creativity that went into the build.

Second Life's Aberystwyth Lane recently visited one of the best areas in Second Life: Roma, which is dedicated to role-playing the ancient Roman Empire. She posted a terrific photo essay, which highlights all the detail and creativity that went into the build.The photos show how you can get yourself a free toga and sandals so you look the part, tour the city, ride Cleopatra's barge, survey the Colussus from one of the Pompeii Tavern's upstairs private rooms, visit the baths, and more.

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