The biggest impact on people in small squares like Europe is that it is like a matchbox, surrounded by tall buildings, and the sense of depression in the concentration of people is more obvious. Especially squares, such places are used for activities, demonstrations, and activities. There is a monument in the middle of the square. To be honest, I don't like this square very much, and there are some gypsy-like people begging around, coupled with some beautiful music, it feels even worse.
The square is very open, but it feels a bit closed and it seems to be surrounded. There is a monument on the square, next to the New Jesus Church. The building of the church is relatively magnificent, but the exterior is too flat, which makes people feel like they don’t want to call him. .
Piazza del Gesù Nuovo (Piazza del Gesù Nuovo) is a city square in the southern Italian city of Naples. Located in the center of the city, close to Toledo Road and Dante Square. There are 3 landmark buildings on the square: the Church of the New Jesus, the Church of St. Chiara and the spire of the Immaculate Conception. The square is just outside the western border of the ancient city.