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Point zero of Rome. Beautiful square with the whitening Botticino marble Altare of Fatherland., the Vittoriano. From here starts Via del Corso, 2 km long, which leads to the beautiful Piazza del Popolo. Also from here the Fori imperiali road which leads, in 5 minutes walking, to the Coliseum…
A place where modern history has sadly stopped. Here, Benito Mussolini, head of the Fascist dictatorship, held the windows of the "Venezia" palace to hold his speeches to which he was obliged to attend. The square takes its name from the architectural style in which it is built, very similar to that…
Located almost in the 'geometric centre' of Rome (after a complex series of reconstructions), Piazza Venezia was named after the Cardinal Venezia who, in 1455, ordered the construction of his own Palace (Palazzo Venezia) that later became the seat of 'Serenissima' (Republic of Venice).