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One of the most characteristic thoroughfares in Rome owes its name to a sculpture by Bernini adorning the fountain of Piazza Barberini. The street was widened considerably at the end of the 19th century, when the Eternal City became capital of Italy. Some of the large buildings, with their proudly massive silhouettes that lend the road its refined and monumental air, date to that period.

Check in Rome - a project by Markonet in cooperation with Aeroporti di Roma and Codacons | director: Stefano Zerbi