The most famous square of the Capitol, designed by Michelangelo Bunarrotti in the 16th century, has a naked man riding a horse. It is still very eye-catching. The large staircase shows a pair of Egyptian black granite lions. On the railings Attached to Mario, next to it is a statue of his son Constantine.
This is considered to be one of Michelangelo's last works. It and the square form a beautiful complex.
The reporter sculpture is a special surprise, lifelike, and makes people feel very majestic and spectacular
There are various types of statues everywhere in Europe
Go up the stairs that are not very steep or very spaced, and you can see the entrance of the granite-style building after passing two symmetrical white statues of naked men with horses. The wide aisle and the totem of the war horse are rich in the local characteristics of Rome.