This is the south entrance to the Tiber Cycling Lane, a 33-kilometer (20.5-mile) path that cuts through Rome.
This old building, once used to monitor the level of the Tiber river, is now abandoned. The Tiber Cycling Lane runs north-south along the river.
Venja, a Bulgarian immigrant, works as a watchman near the river.
A house built on the banks of the Tiber river.
A votive altar along the Tiber Cycling Lane.
Sheep cross the lane in northern Rome.
Young skateboarders gather under the Ponte della Musica (Music Bridge).
A Prati district resident, north of Rome, walks along the Tiber Cycling Lane.
These pools are used to clean up the river waters.
The Church of Santi Pietro e Paolo is seen in the background in the suburb of Magliana.
A flooded bike-rental shop near the Ponte Milvio area.
A man fishes along the Tiber Cycling Lane, just below Castel Sant'Angelo, one of the residences of the Pope.
Rome isn't known for being bike-friendly. There are very few designated bike routes, and 71 out of 100 inhabitants use cars, among the highest rates in Europe.
This is the north entrance to the Tiber Cycling Lane.