|Dr. Frank Romano, biology department head, captured this night
image of Castel Sant' Angelo, which figures prominently in Dan
Brown's book, Angels & Demons. The central portion
was built by Emperor Hadrian in AD 130 as his family mausoleum.
The castle went on to become a fortress, papal residence, a prison,
and a Roman version of Ft. Knox. Romano shot the scene around
10 p.m. during a vacation in 2004.