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Campo de’ Fiori, a blooming symbol of the frantic city life



Piazza Campo de’ Fiori, in the heart of Rome’s historical center and whose name derives from the huge quantity of plants and flowers spread everywhere in the square during the 15th Century, is considered the symbol of the frantic city life starting early in the morning with its street market and lasting till late at night, when the Roman youth crowds the nightspots of the square and of the surrounding streets.


During the 16th Century the square was the set of the local palio (traditional Italian horse races), but Piazza Campo de’ Fiori is famous mostly because it was once the place for the execution of death sentences: the most famous case was the execution of Giordano Bruno, who was accused of heresy.


The nearby Piazza Navona is the most characteristic and famous square in Rome: it is dominated by the Fontana dei Fiumi (Fountain of the Rivers) by Bernini, and hosting two other fountains: the Fontana del Moro (Fountain of the Moor) and the Fontana del Nettuno (Fountain of Neptune), in front of Palazzo Pamphilj.

In this area you will also find the Pantheon, called Ritonna (the Roundabout) by Romans, originally built as a temple dedicated to all gods. From the beginning of the 7th Century the Pantheon is a Catholic church, called Santa Maria ad Martyres, in which are located the tombs of Raffaello Sanzio, Vittorio Emanuele II, Umberto I and Margherita di Savoia.


The area around Campo dei Fiori-Piazza Navona is surely one of the best places in Rome where to find an apartment for both short and long term stays.