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Streets&Squares

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 […]

VIA DEI CORONARI

One of the most picturesque Renaissance streets of the city, […]

VIA DEL TRITONE

One of the most characteristic thoroughfares in Rome owes its […]

VIA GIULIA

Laid out by Bramante during the reign of Julius II, […]

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