Walking from Piazza Venezia to Piazza di Spagna, I saw this Marco Olillo column. The Romans really like this column. There are a lot of reliefs on it, which are very delicate, but unfortunately at night, the visibility is not high. There is also a fountain, it is standard, there is a commercial street nearby
Pretty sweet Roman victory column, and my man Marcus is back. This actually is my favorite lone column in the city.
Very cool monument in the middle of a large square, a few blocks from the Trevi Fountain.
The Column of Marcus Aurelius in Piazza Colonna has a spiraling relief tells the story of Marcus Aurelius in his wars.
Blame it on our jet lag, but we "accidentally" stumbled upon this landmark. (We actually made a circle and the only reason we knew we made a circle and had landed in the exact same spot we had started was because of this column.) It's a pretty impressive column that's worth a gander if you happen to be passing by, but I wouldn't necessarily go far out of your way to see it.