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Streets&Squares

VIA SISTINA

A street in the very heart of Rome, linking Piazza […]

CAPITOLIUM SQUARE

The very heart of Rome and seat of the city […]

VIA DEI FORI IMPERIALI

Probably one of the best known Roman streets, Via dei Fori Imperiali runs from Piazza Venezia to the Colosseum in a straight line crossing more than two thousand years of history: along its path, visitors can admire the Forum of Caesar, the Forum of Augustus, the Forum Transitorium (built by the will of Domitian and inaugurated by Nerva) and the Forum of Trajan. The so-called Imperial Fora were brought back to light during the archaeological excavation campaigns carried out between 1924 and 1932.

PIAZZA FARNESE

The square is named after the massive palace conceived by […]

PIAZZA VITTORIO EMANUELE II

Surrounded by palazzi with large porticoes in the 19th-century style, […]

PIAZZA DI TREVI

Not far from the Via del Corso, this tiny square […]

PIAZZA DELLA ROTONDA

One of the city’s most iconic tourist landmarks, this square […]

VIA NAZIONALE

Already begun as “Strada Nuova Pia”, the street was completed […]

PIAZZA DI SANTA MARIA IN TRASTEVERE

A popular destination for tourists and nightlife-seekers, this rectangular-shaped square […]

LARGO DI TORRE ARGENTINA

This archaeological wonder was excavated as part of Mussolini’s rebuilding […]

PIAZZA DI PIETRA

Famous for the Temple of Hadrian (built in 145 AD), […]

CAMPO DE’ FIORI

Its name translated as “field of flowers”, this rectangular square […]

PIAZZA NAVONA

A highly significant example of Baroque Roman architecture, this vibrant […]

PIAZZA DELLA REPUBBLICA

Formerly known as Piazza Esedra, this semi-circular square owes its […]

PIAZZA CAPO DI FERRO

This small square takes its name from the Cardinal who […]

VIA URBANA

Laid upon the ancient Vicus Patricius, it owes its name […]

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