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Amazing Nighttime Views in Rome

TOP 1
Colosseum
4.6/5
3,034 Reviews
Rome
858m from downtown
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""As long as the Colosseum stands, Rome will not move. Once the Colosseum is over, Rome will fall; once Rome falls, the world will be over." The historian Peter's famous remark is the most vivid interpretation of the Colosseum's importance. The Colosseum is the most unparalleled presence of all ancient Roman sites, like a hill in a hollow at the top, rising up straight into a pale blue sky. Inside, apart from the size of the building itself, it still seems to reverberate with the roar of the fierce beasts and the cheer of the audience. It was in this bloody period that the audience was actually seated at the top of the table, where the gladiators fought to the death, and the scenes of fever were so common that they could not be as touching as they are today as a ruin. The central area can even be turned into a lake for water fights, which closed in the 6th century AD because of the decline of the Roman Empire. After more than 2,000 years, the skeleton was left over as a quarry of travertine and marble, damaged by numerous earthquakes, fires and wars. But it still exists, when you travel in Italy, walk the streets of Rome, from many places can look at this amphitheater, in the night, it is a true romantic architecture; In the morning and evening, the shock of this huge amphitheater will definitely become eternal in your heart! Although the inventory can be sent for a long time, hh, I still hope that the epidemic abroad will be better as soon as possible, everyone can go out to play, collect more world beauty"
Reasons to Recommend: The Colosseum is located at the lower end of the Roman Forum and is a landmark building in Rome. It was a place where gladiators fought for their lives, prisoners fought with hungry lions, and a great symbol of eternal Rome. Colosseum History The Colosseum was built on the original site of the splendid DumusAurea and was completed in AD 80. But with the decline of the Roman Empire in the 6th century AD, the Colosseum was gradually abandoned and overgrown. In the following years, the Colosseum was damaged by earthquakes many times, and it even became a source of stone and marble for builders. The Colosseum that is now presented to people has only the incomplete skeleton, but it can still glimpse the style of the day. From the outside, the Colosseum has four floors (including the underground), and only part of the ground floor and the second floor are currently open. On the first floor, you can clearly see the labyrinth-like buildings in the center of the Colosseum. The basements that used to be the Colosseum housed the beasts and gladiators who were going to duel. If you want to see the underground part up close, you need to be led by a guide. visit. The entire outer wall of the Colosseum is made of limestone, and each floor has 80 arches (vormitori), which can allow spectators to enter and take their seats quickly. The depressions on the second and third floors were once filled with marble statues. The top of the wall is dotted with windows and slender Corinthian pilasters, and there are 240 pilasters to support the canvas canopy that covers the Colosseum. These canvas canopies, which shield the audience from the scorching sun and sun, are now invisible. On the second floor, you can clearly see the internal structure of the entire Colosseum. You can clearly see that the entire interior of the Colosseum is divided into three parts: the arena, the auditorium and the podium. The arena had a sand-covered wooden floor to prevent the gladiators from falling and to absorb the blood that shed. The arena can also be flooded with water for simulated naval battles. The traps on the field lead to the basement and the tunnel below the arena. Animals in cages awaiting combat are lifted by a pulley mechanism and transported into the arena. The audience seats (cavea) are divided into three levels: the knights sit on the lower level, the wealthy citizens sit in the middle, and the commoners sit on the upper level. The slope in the stands is very large, so that the audience in each stand can clearly see the performance. The steps are relatively steep, so pay attention to safety when visiting. The passageway inside the stands is wide enough for two cars to be driven side by side. The podium is a wide terrace between the auditorium and the arena, reserved for monarchs, parliamentarians and important personalities. Most of the third and fourth floors of the Colosseum have collapsed, and the upper walls are decorated with small windows. Don't rush out at the end of the visit. There is a museum on the second floor of the Colosseum, which displays some of the statues and replicas preserved in the Colosseum. In addition, you can also see the restored model of the Colosseum, and you want to know more about it. Don't miss out on the history of the Colosseum. Viewing at night, the Colosseum under different lights of the day shows different tones, which is very beautiful. At present, night lights are installed in the Colosseum, which makes the Colosseum at night extraordinarily beautiful. Friends who like photography should not Forget about shooting at night. You can also choose to visit the Colosseum at night with a guided tour. Opposite the Colosseum is Palatine Hill and the Roman Forum. You can also visit if you are interested.
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TOP 2
Pantheon
4.6/5
1,037 Reviews
Rome
787m from downtown
长脸张少侠
"[Banshen Temple] also translated the Pantheon Temple, is the only fully preserved Roman Empire-era building, built in 27-25 B.C., by the son-in-law of Octavian, the first emperor of the Roman Empire, built for the worship of the gods on the Olympian Mountains. It is a classic building from the Augustus period. The fire in the year 80 caused the Pantheon to be destroyed, only one rectangular colonnade with 16 granite pillars 12.5 meters high, which was later rebuilt. The Pantheon is a model of the fine architecture of ancient Rome. It is a huge cylinder of equal width and height, covered with a semicircular roof. Many famous artists like Raphael are buried here, as are the rulers of the Italian monarchy. Tickets: Free Time: 8:30-19:15 Address: Piazza della Rotonda, 00186 Roma RM, Italy"
Reasons to Recommend: The Pantheon is a well-preserved building in ancient Rome, with a history of more than 2,000 years. Artist Raphael, Roman emperor Vittorio Emmanuel II and Wimble I rest here. The Pantheon was built by Agoriba, the son-in-law of the first emperor of the Roman Empire, Octavian, to worship the gods on Mount Olympia. Luo praised it as "Angel's Design". The Pantheon is located in the center of Rome. Its vestibule is Piazza Rotonda. There is a fountain erected with a tall steeple stele. The base of the stele is carved with scenes from ancient Roman mythology. The main building structure is simple and clear. It is a huge cylinder of equal width and height, covered with a semi-circular dome. There are no windows inside, and there are statues of gods all around. There is a large circular hole with a diameter of 8.9 meters on the top, which is the lighting point of the Pantheon. The light leaks from the top and changes the angle of the light with the movement of the position of the sun, giving people a sacred and solemn feeling.
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TOP 3
Trevi Fountain
4.6/5
1,185 Reviews
Rome
894m from downtown
长脸张少侠
"The Trevi Fountain is the largest and most famous fountain in Rome, Italy. It is also the temple of the Roman sea god Neptun. The fountain is located at the intersection of three streets. The total height of the wishing pool is about 25.9 meters and the width is about 19.8 meters. It is the largest baroque fountain in the world. It is famous all over the world after the movie "Roman Holiday" became popular all over the world. The fountain is completely symmetrical, with a statue of the sea god in the center, designed by the sculptor Braddock in 1762, the majestic fountain with a shrine of the sea gods, Neptune's triumphant return, in the middle of the seashell chariot, Two horses pulled at their feet were drawn by two water gods, the blazing trance on the left and the gentleness on the right, respectively, symbolizing the turbulent calm. There is a goddess about the sea goddess, representing the plump and healthy, the background wall top four goddess, different artifacts, representing the four seasons. Each statue is different, lifelike. The base of the statues of the gods is a seemingly chaotic reef. The main body of the fountain is in front of the gods. The springs flow from the rocks between the statues to all sides and finally converge in one place. Address: Piazza di Trevi, 00187 Roma RM, Italy"
Reasons to Recommend: The Trevi Fountain, also known as the Maiden's Fountain, is better known as the Trevi Fountain. This fountain is one of the most beautiful sculptures in Rome. It took 30 years to complete. It has beautiful appearance, rich decoration and strong three-dimensional effect. The whole fountain is magnificent, magnificent and clear. The legend about the girl actually means "Trevi" which means a fork in the road, which happened to be a fork in the earlier period. According to legend, in 19 BC, a Roman technician deliberately introduced water into this area from 13 kilometers away in order to help a young girl. The Fountain Thematic Fountain was built in the palace of the Marquis of Polly and was completed in 1762 after 30 years. The theme is the triumphant return of Neptune, the god of the sea. Standing on the seashell-shaped chariot in the middle is Neptune. The two horses pulling the chariot are pulled by two Tritons (the messengers of the sea in Greek mythology). and calm. There is a goddess on the left and right of the sea god, representing abundance and health. At the top of the pillars on the background wall, there are four goddesses holding different artifacts, symbolizing the four seasons.
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TOP 4
Castel Sant'Angelo
4.5/5
419 Reviews
Rome
1.8km from downtown
放飞自我去游玩
"The bridge in front of the Castle of Saint Angels is the famous Saint Angels Bridge, with statues of the twelve angels on each side, from Roberto Benini, the greatest artist of the seventeenth century. The Plaza de España was overhauling when I went to the city in 2015, but without prejudice to the visits of countless visitors, where Hepburn's scene for ice cream in the square was filmed, and countless visitors eat ice cream every day. Opposite the square is the famous Luxury Shopping Street in Rome."
Reasons to Recommend: The Fort Sant'Angelo was originally a family cemetery built by Emperor Hadrian. It was later converted into a papal fortress in the 6th century AD. It is said that in 590 AD, Pope Gregory saw an angel in the sky above the fort and named it the Holy Angel. Fort. Castel Sant'Angelo, located on the Tiber River, at the western end of the ancient Roman region, there are several bridges leading to the west bank of the Tiber River, the more important one is the bridge to the Castel Sant'Angelo (PonteSantaAngelo). When walking through the Pont Sant'Angelo, you may wish to take a closer look at the shape of the bridge and the various exquisite carvings on it. The bridge designed by Bernini can be said to be a masterpiece of Baroque decorative art, but only two of the angel statues on the bridge are made of The statue, sculpted by Bernini himself, has been moved to the church of Santa Adreadelle Fratte for proper preservation, and two replicas have been placed on the bridge. The history of Castel Sant'Angelo in the 2nd century AD, the Roman emperor Hadrian designed the Castel Sant'Angelo and personally directed its construction as the resting place for himself and his successors. Over the centuries, Castel Sant'Angelo has undergone a number of changes: first as a fortress to stop the Visigoths and Ostrogoths from invading, then as a prison, and later converted into a splendid papal palace. Now as a museum, in addition to the collection of stuccoes, frescoes and the residence furniture of the Pope, ancient weapons are also an important and precious collection here.
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TOP 5
Piazza di Spagna
4.5/5
1,181 Reviews
Rome
1.4km from downtown
Lavender and Sun
"Walking through the Plaza de Espana, feeling the great architecture, the gothic and baroque harmony, and feeling the outstanding and modern people of the artists Benini, Peter, Balzac and others who have contributed to their enjoyment and forgetting, but coming at night, The praises of these artists only to discover that those who have not been forgotten, people with joy to their best affirmation, and at this time also as if to see Peter smile at people, people appreciate people praise him!"
Reasons to Recommend: The Plaza de España once appeared in the movie "Roman Holiday" and became the name card of Rome that everyone knows. Hepburn's fresh and bright shadow seems to have been integrated with the Plaza de España and the beautiful Rome, and it has become a memory that people will never forget. Spanish Steps The entire Plaza de España is not large, and the crowd is mainly concentrated near the Spanish Steps. There are 138 steps in total, which are the widest steps in Europe. In the past, it was regarded as a play paradise by young people from all over the world. They could eat, drink, party, dance, play and sing on the steps and have fun day and night. Today it is one of the more popular sightseeing spots in Rome and one of the Romans' favorite date spots. However, you can no longer eat on the steps, posing for photos with ice cream is prohibited, and you are also not allowed to drink on the steps. At the same time, street performers are also not allowed to play guitar performances on the steps. The Holy Trinity Church walks up the steps and comes to the Holy Trinity Church on the mountain. From the pair of bell towers in the church, it can be seen that it is a Gothic building, which is different from the Baroque style that is more common in Rome. The luxurious and refined feel. Standing on the platform in front of the church, you can overlook the entire Plaza de España. In addition, the more famous scenic spot on the square is a Baroque art fountain in front of the steps, which is called the Broken Ship Fountain. The original fountain was small and inconspicuous, and because of the low water pressure, even the water in the fountain was tiny. The designer made a boat that was half-submerged in the pool outside the original fountain. The water from the fountain first flows into the broken ship, and then slowly overflows from the four sides of the ship. In addition, the entire fountain is almost as high as the street level, and it really feels like a leaking ship is about to sink into the ground. In "Roman Holiday", Hepburn is sitting on the steps next to the fountain, eating ice cream. Many tourists stand at the fountain and take their cameras up to take pictures, so that they can take a panoramic view of the Spanish Steps and the Holy Trinity Church. Shelley Memorial In addition to the above-mentioned three famous attractions, there were many artistic celebrities in the area of Plaza de España. The Keats Shelley Memorial is next to the Spanish Steps. The memorial hall displays their manuscripts, letters, photos and other rich materials, and is a must-see for literature lovers.
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TOP 6
Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore
4.5/5
105 Reviews
Rome
1.4km from downtown
非你不渴
"Tonight, in the snow, a church was built, a source of inspiration, a masterpiece of the Pope's Virgin mother, in the Roman heart of the highest position, as one of the four great catholic shrines."
Reasons to Recommend: Legend has it that in AD 356, the Pope saw the Virgin Mary in a dream, and she ordered "a church to be built where it snows tonight". Although it was August, it snowed here, so the Basilica of Our Lady of Maggiore, also known as the Basilica of Our Lady, was built in the place where it snowed. The architectural style of Notre Dame Church has been rebuilt many times since its completion, and the current Notre Dame Church combines the architectural styles of various periods. The 36 columns in the interior were moved from the temples of ancient Rome. The horizontal beams supported by columns are typical of the early Christian church building techniques. The mosaics of the altar in the main hall depicting 36 scenes from the Old Testament are relics from the early Christian era in the 5th century. ; The 13th-century gold mosaic "Coronation of the Virgin" shines on the dome, and there is also a 13th-century mosaic behind the corridor on the 2nd floor; the bell tower built in 1377 is 75 meters high and is the crown of Rome; the right side of Sisto 5's The chapel is of the late Renaissance, and the chapel in Paorina on the left is in the early 17th century Baroque; as a result, the façade of the church was built in the 18th century and has a typical Baroque style.
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TOP 7
Piazza Venezia
4.5/5
765 Reviews
Rome
317m from downtown
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"Venice Square is the largest square in Rome, located in the city center of the round square. The square is rectangular, is the intersection of five streets. The city's traffic center. A monument to the Italian unity of 1870, a giant wedding cake, took 25 years to complete. The 16-cylinder curved facade is the most exciting part, and two groups of fountains below the steps have a profound meaning: the symbol of the sea of del Renian on the right, the symbol of the Adriatic on the left, and the figure on the central horse is Victor Emmanuel II, who completed the great cause of Italian unity. The building has two huge bronze statues, on the right representing the "victory of love for the motherland", on the left representing the "victory of work". Whether the sun is raining, there are always two soldiers here to guard the unknown soldier's grave."
Reasons to Recommend: Piazza Venezia is a circular square in Rome, modeled after the square of San Marco in Venice. There are many historical buildings, museums and art galleries around the square. It is also an important transportation hub and is a must for tourists to walk to Plaza de España and the Mouth of Truth.
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TOP 8
Arch of Constantine
4.4/5
501 Reviews
Rome
755m from downtown
长脸张少侠
"The triumphal gate of Constantine was named after the emperor of the Roman Empire, Constantine, who was a legendary emperor in Roman history who united the whole of Rome during his reign, and Constantine, who defeated his powerful rival, Victor Maxen The arch was built after the unification of western Rome. The arch was built after 312 AD, using Roman cement, with sculptures mostly reliefs and mostly collected from other buildings of the Roman Empire at the time, and assembled into Constantine Arch. The most famous of the many reliefs is the eight pieces at the top of the Arc de Triomphe, which were removed from the monument to Emperor Mark Ollo and now housed in the Capitol Museum. It is said that Napoleon Bonaparte came to Rome to see this Arc de Triomphe, and it was greatly appreciated, and this Arc de Triomphe became the blueprint of the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, France. Tickets: Free, no top address: Via di San Gregorio, 00186 Roma RM, Italy"
Reasons to Recommend: The Arch of Constantine was built in 315 to commemorate Constantine the Great defeating Emperor Maxenti to unify the Roman Empire. There were a total of 21 triumphal arches in ancient Rome, but today there are only three remaining in the city of Rome. The Arc de Triomphe of Constantine is one of them, and the other two are located in the Roman Forum. Overview of the Arc de Triomphe Located on the west side of the Colosseum, the Arc de Triomphe of Constantine is 25.7 meters long, 7.4 meters wide, and 21 meters high. It has 3 arches. But still in the wind and rain, witnessing the glory of Rome together with the Colosseum. Today, the Arc de Triomphe has become a must-see attraction for tourists visiting Rome. Arc de Triomphe relief panels The eight relief panels above the Arc de Triomphe were dismantled from the monument to Emperor Aurelius at that time, and the originals are now kept in the Museum of the Roman Capital. The main content is the life performance of successive emperors, such as Antony, Hadrian and so on. The marble statues of the Dacia prisoners at the top of each column are likely from Trajan's Square. Only the circular reliefs above the two small arches depict scenes of this war. Today and the eve of the Arc de Triomphe, Napoleon came to Rome, saw this Arc de Triomphe, and greatly appreciated it, and then built the Arc de Triomphe in Paris based on it. Therefore, although the Arc de Triomphe of Constantine is the later built of the three triumphal arches in Rome, the shadow of early Roman art can still be seen, and it is well preserved and worth a visit.
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TOP 9
Ponte Sant'Angelo
4.6/5
298 Reviews
Rome
1.7km from downtown
fooler0809
"Directly to the Castle of the Angels, 12 wonderful statues on the bridge, and in good weather, the pictures are amazing, the statues are very well preserved, in all shapes, and in some places it is just right dark."
Reasons to Recommend: St. Angel's Bridge, also known as St. Peter's Bridge, is an ancient Roman bridge that spans the Tiber River. It was built by the Roman Emperor Hadrian in AD 134 to connect the city center with the Castel Sant'Angelo. The bridge is paved with marble, has three arches, and is only accessible for pedestrians. History of the Holy Angel Bridge In the 6th century, Pope Gregory I named the castle and the bridge after the "Holy Angel". It is said that the Archangel Michael appeared on the roof of the castle to announce the end of the Black Death. In the jubilee year of 1450, many people drowned in the river due to the arrival of a large number of pilgrims, so the houses at the bridge head and a Roman triumphal arch were demolished to widen the pilgrimage channel. Architectural style Pont Sant'Angelo can be said to be a very beautiful bridge in the city of Rome. There are twelve vivid statues of angels on the bridge, and each angel holds the same torture tool for Jesus' torture in his hand. Two of the angels are genuine sculptures by the famous Italian sculptor and architect Bernini, which have been collected in the church of Santa Adreadelle Fratte, and two replicas have been installed on the bridge. Castel Sant'Angelo Castel Sant'Angelo is at the other end of the Pont Sant'Angelo.
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TOP 10
Piazza Navona
4.5/5
376 Reviews
Rome
1km from downtown
周游世界I
"Piazza Navona (Piazza Navona) ) is located in the heart of the historic Roman district, adjacent to the Pantheon, and has won the reputation of "the most beautiful square in Rome" for its baroque palace architecture, exquisite fountains, and romantic cafes."
Reasons to Recommend: Piazza Navona is adjacent to the Pantheon, where there are Baroque palace buildings, exquisite fountains, romantic cafes and other buildings. Three fountains The three fountains on the square are a must-see art work, completed by the sculptor Bernini in 1651, this white marble fountain is carved with four exquisite figures representing the Nile, Danube, Ganges and Ra Plata River. The obelisk placed over the crack of the building is a Roman imitation, and the names of Vespasian, Titus and Domitian are engraved in hieroglyphs on Egyptian granite . The other two fountains, the Poseidon Fountain and the Moorish Fountain, are located at the north and south ends of the square, respectively. The Moorish fountain was also designed by Bernini. The figure in the middle of the fountain is the god of the swamp. Pleasant to listen to. The buildings around the square are also beautiful, and there are many art treasures inside. Opposite the Four Rivers Fountain is the Church of Sant'Agnese in Agone. The facade of the church was designed by the Baroque architect Borromini. The circular vaults and angel reliefs are beautiful. The authentic works of Raphael and Caravaggio are not to be missed. The San Luigidei Francesi on the north side of Piazza Navona is a gray and white marble building with brilliant gold inside and a collection of Caravaggio's "San Marco Picture", which can be called an artistic treasure. There is also a market on the square, with everything from vegetables, fruits, dried fruits and spices to handicrafts, and it is fun to walk around. If you are tired, you can go to the restaurants or cafes next to the square to have a full meal. All restaurants have open-air seats. When the weather is fine, you can enjoy Italian food on the open-air seats. In addition, there are several well-known ice cream shops in Piazza Navona. You might as well buy one and taste it, sit down on the stone steps around the square, watch the wonderful performances of street performers in the square, admire the beautiful buildings, and observe the artist's concentration. look... enjoy a leisurely Roman holiday.
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TOP 11
Piazza della Repubblica
4.4/5
148 Reviews
Rome
1.6km from downtown
莲子99
"The oversized pool is almost a circular square, and there is a roadway around it. There is no gathering space. When you cross the road, you can carefully taste the details of the fountain, which is much more delicate than the Levitt."
Reasons to Recommend: The Republic Square is part of the ruins of Diocletian's Baths, next to the central railway station, the transportation hub in the city of Rome. Two fan-shaped ancient buildings surround a fairy fountain, and the Basilica of Our Lady of Angels and Martyrs on the side of the square is a distinctive church building in Rome.
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TOP 12
People's Square
4.4/5
172 Reviews
Rome
2km from downtown
莲子99
"The obelisk has a hat and a cross on it. This is a mixed design and transformation. This obelisk is very conspicuous, just like the Monument to the People’s Heroes on Tiananmen Square. The square is very large."
Reasons to Recommend: Piazza del Popolo in Rome, built by the Roman architect Fontana in the 17th century, the square is the meeting point of three radial avenues, near the Borghese park, there is an obelisk in the center of the square, surrounded by statues, arranged Greenbelt. There are two symmetrical churches of the same style between the radial avenues. Overview of People's Square There is a 24-meter-high obelisk in the center of People's Square, surrounded by a lion fountain. The church on the left when you enter the door is the Church of the Virgin Mary Drew Popolo, which is a treasure trove of artworks. There are many works by Brahmat, Nineni, Carabaggio. To the south of the square are two very similar churches known as the Twin Churches. There are three roads radiating from the square with the church as the center. There are high-end Antique shops and fashion stores in the small alley of the Marguta Avenue parallel to the Pabuino Avenue in front of the left side of the square. It is a place with a Roman flavor. The street on the right is a street that sells food and other ordinary citizens, including traditional fish and Italian restaurants. The small hill to the left of People's Square is Pingqiu. The golden view of the square from this hill is very beautiful. On the side of the People's Gate Square is the People's Gate (Portadi Popol). In the days before railways, it was customary for travelers to pass from Via Flaminia through the People's Gate to the Piazza and then into the city of Rome. Goethe, Byron, Keats have all passed through this door. The People's Gate was built in the 3rd century and was decorated by Bernini in the 17th century to commemorate Queen Christine of Sweden's visit to Rome.
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TOP 13
Trajan's Market
4.5/5
136 Reviews
Rome
458m from downtown
莲子99
"Part of the ancient Roman ruins, the surrounding buildings and background buildings are relatively intact, and the columns are relatively intact and fine. The square is almost rectangular and can be seen in the Piazza Trajan."
Reasons to Recommend: The square consists of a series of squares built by Trajan, Augustus, Caesar, Nerva and Vespasian between 42 BC and 112 AD. Trajan's Square Trajan's Square (Foridi Traiano) is the largest square unearthed. Apart from some Trajan's Columns, very little remains of this huge area from the 2nd century AD. Trajan's Column was built to commemorate Trajan's defeat of the Dacian (from today's Romania) and has a spiral relief on it. At the top of the column is the original golden statue of Trajan, which was lost in the Middle Ages, and now stands the statue of St. Peter. Trajan's Market (Mercatidi Traiano) is a huge semi-circular building with shops and offices on three floors. Square Ruins The Augustus Square (ForidiAugusto) and the Nerva Square (ForidiNerva) are located to the southeast of Trajan's Square and the surrounding market, and very few remains are left. The wall behind the Augustus Square is 30 meters high and is built to protect the square from the frequent local fires. On the other side of the square, there are three columns standing on the raised platform, they are the only remnants of the Foridi Cesare. Piazza Venezia There is a Vittoriano Memorial Hall made of white marble, called the "wedding cake" or "typewriter" by the Romans, to commemorate the unification of Italy and Emmanu who contributed to its unification Built by El II. The front of the memorial hall is a curved façade formed by 16 columns. There are two huge bronze statues on the memorial hall, the right one represents "thought" and the left one means "action". There is a flying lion statue created by Michelangelo on the steps leading to the memorial platform. The two sets of fountains below the steps also hold meanings - the Tyrrhenian Sea on the right and the Adriatic Sea on the left. The statue of the figure riding a horse in the middle of the steps is the soul of this memorial hall: Victor Emmanuel II.
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TOP 14
Trajan's Column
4.5/5
150 Reviews
Rome
343m from downtown
099***75
"The square was built in 107 AD to commemorate the victory of the great Trajan in the expedition to Romania. Two huge libraries, two magnificent General Assembly Halls, the Tulajan Memorial Column of Victory still standing on the ruins, and rows of statues made up the most spectacular area of the city at the time."
Reasons to Recommend: Trajan's Square is a monument in the center of Rome, Italy, next to Piazza Venezia. It was built by Apollodorus of Damascus. Next to the square is the famous Trajan's Column. Architectural features Built in AD 107, it was built to commemorate the victory of Trajan the Great's expedition to Romania. Two huge libraries, two magnificent assembly halls, Trajan's Victory Column still standing on the ruins and rows of statues together constituted a more spectacular scene in the city at that time. The shape of the square refers to the characteristics of the buildings of the eastern monarchy. It is not only axially symmetrical, but also has a multi-layered depth layout. In the depth of nearly 300 meters, the indoor and outdoor spaces alternate, the vertical and horizontal, the size, the opening and closing, the light and the dark of the space; the sculpture and the building alternate. Trajan's Column Trajan's Column is on the west side of the square, recording the emperor's military exploits in conquering Romania. 18 pieces of Greek marble are built into a 30-meter-high column, and the surface is engraved with a grand picture of the war scene in Dazia. The reliefs are divided according to the story, and the total length from bottom to top is 200 meters. The big market in history is also a shopping mall in ancient Rome. There are about 150 shops, and the items sold are all-inclusive, including flowers, spices, vegetables and fruits, seafood, as well as tailors and shoe repairers. It is said that in ancient Rome, grains were sold to the citizens at low prices, and in the era of Trajan, in order to make the citizens more popular, this large market was set up, and grains, wine, olive oil, etc. were distributed to the citizens. Although the current Trajan's Square has lost its function as a shopping center, walking here has another flavor.
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TOP 15
Tiber Island
4.4/5
157 Reviews
Rome
44.8km from downtown
把剑长歌
"The Tiber River, also known as the Tvere River, is the third longest river in Italy after the Po and Adige rivers. It originates from the western slope of Mount Fumogolo in the Apennines, passes through a series of gorges and wide valleys to the south, flows through Rome, and enters the Tyrrhenian Sea in the Mediterranean near Ostia. The total length is 405 kilometers."
Reasons to Recommend: The Tiber River is the third largest river in Italy, with a length of 406 kilometers. It originated in the Apennine Mountains. After flowing through Rome, it was injected into the Mediterranean Sea from Ostia. It is also the mother river of Rome. Today, you can stroll along the banks of the Tiber River and enjoy the beauty of Rome, including Pont Sant'Angelo, Castel Sant'Angelo, and more. Tiber legend The Tiber is the mother river of Rome. In the widely circulated Roman legend of "the she-wolf nurtures the founders of Rome", the abandoned twin brothers Romulus and Remus ) was put in a basket and thrown on the Tiber, and Romulus founded Rome in 753 BC. Enjoying life on the Tiber River Beginning in the 1920s, the Tiber River began to be noisy. There were happy rowing boats on the river, and more and more people went swimming in the river, but today almost no one will enter the stage. There was a commotion in the Bo River. You can rent a deck chair and soak up the sun on the artificial sandy beach, or when the water level of the Tiber is high enough, you can take the water bus on the Tiber (called "Acquabus") to explore the beautiful Tiber.
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TOP 16
Piazza del Campidoglio
4.4/5
142 Reviews
Rome
54m from downtown
fooler0809
"Very close to the Arc de Triomphe and the Relics area, passing through as you walk from the Colosseum to the Plaza de Espana, a restored site with a standard symmetrical building as the backdrop."
Reasons to Recommend: The Capitoline Square was designed by Michelangelo in 1538. There are three palaces next to the square: the New Palace, the Senate and the Consheval Toli Palace. The Senate is the seat of the City Council of Rome, and the Palazzo Nuovo and Palazzo Conchevalto are the Capitoline Museums. In the middle of the square is a bronze replica of the equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius, whose original is kept in the New Palace.
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Fiumi Fountain
4.4/5
168 Reviews
Rome
1km from downtown
貓貓達
"Four rivers fountain, located in the center of Rome, Italy, the most important features of the four river gods show their avatars, carving fine work fine, so that visitors to pay attention to detail, photographs, is the must-visit's market in Rome."
Reasons to Recommend: The Fountain of the Four Rivers is a prominent fountain in Piazza Navona, designed by Bernini, with four exquisite statues representing the Nile River in Egypt, the Ganges River in India, the Danube River in Europe and the Plata River in America, surrounding the imitation in the middle. Egyptian obelisk. Architectural features Bernini used four marble human statues to symbolize the four rivers, with a rockery in the middle and an Egyptian-style square granite minaret, implying the victory of Catholicism in the world. Below the sculpture is a huge pool, which is made of limestone to form a rockery, and the exits of the fountain are set in it. On the rockery, four old people sit in different postures facing four directions. The four giants are like sitting on the rockery casually, with a natural look. The water column flows out irregularly from the cracks and springs of the rockery. Some are sharp, some are soothing. Under the sunlight, the colors are dazzling, making the whole fountain look lively and rich. fun.
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Fontana del Moro (Fountain of the Moor)
4.3/5
61 Reviews
Rome
967m from downtown
suifeng2019
"At the southern end of Navona Square is the Moorish Fountain, depicting a Moorish man standing in a conch shell, wrestling with a dolphin, surrounded by four Messengers of the sea gods, placed in a pool of rose marble fountains."
Reasons to Recommend: The Moorish Fountain is located at the southern end of Piazza Navona and depicts a Moor or African (perhaps originally Neptune) wrestling with a dolphin in a conch shell surrounded by four Tritons. The fountain was originally designed by Giacomodella Porta in 1575, when there were only dolphins and four Tritons, until 1653, Bernini added the Moorish statue.
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St. Clement Basilica
4.5/5
59 Reviews
Rome
1.3km from downtown
coldwar
"The Temple of Latran Saint-Gremmen is on the left side of the church, and there is also an entrance to the monastery, the abbey aisle in four corners of the wall around ancient artifacts. The monastery garden is also an ideal place for family photos. Some areas of San Giovanni have vending machines that can buy water and cappuccinos at very cheap prices."
Reasons to Recommend: The Basilica of St. Clement of Lateran, located in La Trano, Rome, is a Catholic basilica. The biggest feature of this church is that it clearly presents the historical level of the city of Rome. The lower site of St. Clement's Cathedral dates back to the Roman Republic in the 2nd century BC, but excavations are ongoing and have not yet been opened; today's deeper excavations are of 1st-century AD buildings, including an early Christian Houses of worship and temples dedicated to the Persian god Mithras (the god of light). Then there is the partially intact 4th-century church. In 1084, the building was burned down under the looting of the Normans, and a new church was built on the original site, using the materials of the original building. At present, what tourists come to see directly is this post-renovation church, and they can also enter the basement for 5 euros to learn more about the history of the city of Rome.
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Pincio
4.5/5
36 Reviews
Rome
2.1km from downtown
cparissh
"The scenery in the garden is so-so, but there are many local people running and exercising here. The air inside should be quite fresh, and there are plenty of green plants. There are also many long stools where you can sit and rest."
Reasons to Recommend: Every pair of Romans who love each other has watched the sunset of Rome hand in hand at Pinchio Garden at least once. If you love Rome, how can you not follow the local customs! Located on the Pincio hill, the Pincio Garden overlooks Piazza del Popolo and the two churches of Santa Maria (Santa Maria dei Miracoli and Santa Maria in Montesanto) known as the Twin Churches. If you look a little further, you can see The green Tiber River in the distance.
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