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Parks and Square in Rome

The history of Rome goes also and specially through its squares. Amidst wonderful monuments, barroque fountains, Roman ruins and old churches, the squares of Rome certainly are the best way to get to know the life and history of the city. Villa Borghese Villa Borghese is definitely the most beautiful park located in the heart of Rome and is the third public park. Inside there many types of gardens, buildings, a pond and statues dotted around its paths. Piazza Santa Maria Santa Maria in Trastevere is the emblem of a citizen's square. Here you can come to have a chat, to drink a beer with your friends and spend a summer evening. The square houses as well the beautiful Basilica of Our Lady in Trastevere with its Medieval mosaics and frescoes, while in the center of the square, there is one of the oldest fountains in Rome. Villa Pamphili Villa Pamphili It is one of the largest and most important parks of Rome and is located in Trastevere district and the Vatican. Built in the seventeenth century is divided into three parts: the palace and gardens, the pine forest and the farms. Inside the Villa runs a small river that flows into a pond forming an extraordinary example of botany innovation. Piazza Campo De' Fiori Campo de' Fiori hosts since 1869 what is considered by many Rome's most beautiful and characteristic fruit and vegetable market. Every morning, except on Sunday, the square is heaving with colourful stalls selling fruit, vegetables, meat, poultry, fresh fish, food specialities and much more. Piazza Venezia Piazza Venezia is considered the hub of city traffic and it ideally links Via dei Fori Imperiali with Via del Corso. On the southern side of the square stands the imposing building Vittoriano, the National Monumento to Victor Emmanuel II, designed by Giuseppe Sacconi housing the remains of the Unknown Soldier and so called the Altar of the Fatherland. */ /*-->*/ Villa BorgheseVilla Borghese Is definitely the most beautiful park located in the heart of Rome and is the third public park. Inside there many types of gardens, buildings, a pond and statues dotted around its paths.Piazza Santa MariaSanta Maria in Trastevere is the emblem of a citizen's square. Here you can come to have a chat, to drink a beer with your friends and spend a summer evening. The square houses as well the beautiful Basilica of Our Lady in Trastevere with its Medieval mosaics and frescoes, while in the center of the square, there is one of the oldest fountains in Rome. Villa PamphiliIt is one of the largest and most important parks of Rome and is located in Trastevere district and the Vatican. Built in the seventeenth century is divided into three parts: the palace and gardens, the pine forest and the farms. Inside the Villa runs a small river that flows into a pond forming an extraordinary example of botany innovation. Piazza Campo De' FioriCampo de' Fiori hosts since 1869 what is considered by many Rome's most beautiful and characteristic fruit and vegetable market. Every morning, except on Sunday, the square is heaving with colourful stalls selling fruit, vegetables, meat, poultry, fresh fish, food specialities and much more. Piazza VeneziaPiazza Venezia is considered the hub of city traffic and it ideally links Via dei Fori Imperiali with Via del Corso. On the southern side of the square stands the imposing building Vittoriano, the National Monumento to Victor Emmanuel II, designed by Giuseppe Sacconi housing the remains of the Unknown Soldier and so called the Altar of the Fatherland.

The history of Rome goes also and specially through its squares. Amidst wonderful monuments, barroque fountains, Roman ruins and old churches, the squares of Rome certainly are the best way to get to know the life and history of the city.

Villa Borghese

Villa Borghese is definitely the most beautiful park located in the heart of Rome and is the third public park. Inside there many types of gardens, buildings, a pond and statues dotted around its paths.

Piazza Santa Maria

Santa Maria in Trastevere is the emblem of a citizen's square. Here you can come to have a chat, to drink a beer with your friends and spend a summer evening. The square houses as well the beautiful Basilica of Our Lady in Trastevere with its Medieval mosaics and frescoes, while in the center of the square, there is one of the oldest fountains in Rome.

Villa Pamphili

Villa Pamphili It is one of the largest and most important parks of Rome and is located in Trastevere district and the Vatican. Built in the seventeenth century is divided into three parts: the palace and gardens, the pine forest and the farms. Inside the Villa runs a small river that flows into a pond forming an extraordinary example of botany innovation.

Piazza Campo De' Fiori

Campo de' Fiori hosts since 1869 what is considered by many Rome's most beautiful and characteristic fruit and vegetable market. Every morning, except on Sunday, the square is heaving with colourful stalls selling fruit, vegetables, meat, poultry, fresh fish, food specialities and much more.

Piazza Venezia

Piazza Venezia is considered the hub of city traffic and it ideally links Via dei Fori Imperiali with Via del Corso. On the southern side of the square stands the imposing building Vittoriano, the National Monumento to Victor Emmanuel II, designed by Giuseppe Sacconi housing the remains of the Unknown Soldier and so called the Altar of the Fatherland.

Villa Borghese

Villa Borghese Is definitely the most beautiful park located in the heart of Rome and is the third public park. Inside there many types of gardens, buildings, a pond and statues dotted around its paths.


Piazza Santa Maria

Santa Maria in Trastevere is the emblem of a citizen's square. Here you can come to have a chat, to drink a beer with your friends and spend a summer evening. The square houses as well the beautiful Basilica of Our Lady in Trastevere with its Medieval mosaics and frescoes, while in the center of the square, there is one of the oldest fountains in Rome.

 

Villa Pamphili

It is one of the largest and most important parks of Rome and is located in Trastevere district and the Vatican. Built in the seventeenth century is divided into three parts: the palace and gardens, the pine forest and the farms. Inside the Villa runs a small river that flows into a pond forming an extraordinary example of botany innovation.

 

Piazza Campo De' Fiori

Campo de' Fiori hosts since 1869 what is considered by many Rome's most beautiful and characteristic fruit and vegetable market. Every morning, except on Sunday, the square is heaving with colourful stalls selling fruit, vegetables, meat, poultry, fresh fish, food specialities and much more.

 

Piazza Venezia

Piazza Venezia is considered the hub of city traffic and it ideally links Via dei Fori Imperiali with Via del Corso. On the southern side of the square stands the imposing building Vittoriano, the National Monumento to Victor Emmanuel II, designed by Giuseppe Sacconi housing the remains of the Unknown Soldier and so called the Altar of the Fatherland.