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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[...]
The square is on the site of the ancient circus of Flora, where floral games took place in May to celebrate springtime.
One of the most beautiful squares in Rome, it owes its name to the famous "Bocca della Verità", a manhole cover in the shape of a mask, housed in the portico of th[...]
Located in Prati district, the large rectangular-shaped square was named after the Piedmontese statesman Camillo Benso, Count of Cavour.
City centre and centre of political life of Rome, the square is surrounded by famous buildings: the Palazzo Chigi (on the right, with the colonnade behind) seat of the Cabinet Offi[...]
The first square to be built following Michelangelo’s criteria of a uniform design, in modern Ro[...]
Located a few steps from Piazza Navona, the square takes its name from the[...]
Thanks to its beauty and lively atmosphere, it is one of the must-see destinations and meeting points of the Rione[...]
Located behind the Pantheon, the elegant square is overlooked by the[...]
Beautiful monumental expanse, Piazza della Repubblica was formerly called Piazza Esedra.
The stately Monte Citorio Square is located in the Rione Colonna on an artificial hill which, according to some s[...]
The square owes its name to the presence of the remains of the ancient Hadrianeum, a large temple dedicated to the emperor Hadrian by his son and successor Antonin[...]
This ancient square at the center of Rione Trastevere is dominated by the[...]
Romantic centre of nineteenth-century Rome, already in the fifteenth century it assumed a very important commercial role due to the presence of many hotels and houses inhabited by foreigners, attra[...]
Immediately behind the lively Campo de’ Fiori, from which it differs bo[...]
In the heart of Renaissance Rome, and within the Jewish quarter of Rome, this small square is surrounded by noble palaces.
In the northern area of Rome, between via Salaria and via Nomentana, there is the Coppedè district[...]
The most iconic square of Baroque Rome
An outdoor lounge and lively meeting place, Piazza San Lorenzo in Lucina is located next to Via del Cors[...]
This wonderful bustling square, much loved both by Romans and by the many tourists passing through in search of “true Roman-ness”, is today the he[...]
It is one of the most popular meeting places for young Romans and tourists, thanks to its clubs and welcoming atmosphere: located in the heart of Trastevere district[...]
Located between Via del Corso and Via dei Fori Imperiali, Piazza Venezia derives its shape from the rema[...]