National Geographic : 1930 Oct
Photograph by Donald McLeish THE CATHEDRAL OF SS. PETER AND PAUL AT MANTUA Under the Gonzaga, lords of Mantua, the city became a great cultural center and the district town of Vergil became the town of Giulio Romano, pupil of Raphael, who remodeled the interior of the Cathedral. The 12th-century campanile was never finished. Photograph byCav. D. Cappello TERMINUS OF HIGHWAY AND SKYWAY AT BRINDISI Returning from Greece, Vergil reached Brindisi intime todie on Italian soil. This unfluted column, which marked the end ofthe Appian Way, is now the trademarkof an air line toIstanbul (Constantinople). In the background are hangars for seaplanes to'Greece and Albania.