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Pantheon - Navona - Campo de' Fiori

Pagina di snodo Tassonomia
Area Sacra di Largo di Torre Argentina, tempio B
Via di San Nicola de Cesarini

It is one of the most important archaeological sites of the city, with the remains of four temples from the Republican age ranging from the 4th century to the 2nd

Campo de' Fiori
Campo Dè Fiori

Among the most picturesque spots in Rome, the only monumental square in the city center that does not host a church, Campo de' Fiori is located halfway between Piazza Navona and Pi

Fontana dei Fiumi
Piazza Navona

Commissioned by Pope Innocent X Pamphilj (1644-1655) to adorn the square that would have magnified the grandeur of his pontificate – with the monumental family palace and the nearb

Galleria Spada
Piazza Capo di Ferro, 13

In Piazza Capo di Ferro, near Piazza Farnese and Campo de’ Fiori, you can visit Palazzo Spada.

Museo di Roma
Piazza di San Pantaleo, 10

The Museum of Rome is housed in the 18th century Palazzo Braschi situated at the heart of Renaissance and Baroque Rome, between Piazza Navona and Piazza Campo dei Fiori.

Museo di Scultura Antica Giovanni Barracco
Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 166a

The Giovanni Barracco museum is entitled to a rich Calabrian nobleman, that donated his fine Roman sculpture collection of Assyrian, Egypt

Palazzo Farnese, Camera del Cardinale - © Eric Vandeville - Ambassade de France
Piazza Farnese, 67

One of the most beautiful palaces of the sixteenth century in Rome, begun in 1517 by Antonio da Sangallo the Younger, commissioned by Cardinal Alessandro Farnese,

Piazza della Rotonda

“The most beautiful relic of ancient Rome, a temple so well preserved that it appears as the Romans must have seen it in their times,” so described it the French writer Stendhal in the 19th century

Piazza Navona
Piazza Navona

The most iconic square of Baroque Rome

Considered the heart of the city’s historic centre, it is a sheer delight to wander aimlessly around this district. A simple stroll here means inevitably finding yourself suddenly in a vast and celebrated bustling piazza or at a romantic or curious corner or indeed facing sumptuous buildings, famed museums or in small churches full of masterpieces, many of which, in fact, house the works of CaravaggioMichelangelo and Raphael.

This part of Rome is without a shadow of doubt the best known and most visited by tourists, who often head straight for cheerful piazza Navona, with its famed fountains, its street artists and portrait painters; for the Pantheon, another major symbol of Rome together with the Colosseum, and for Campo de Fiori, a multi-coloured and vibrant piazza where youngsters flock to in the evenings for an aperitif or a chat after dinner.

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