Located in a round square in the center of Rome. The front of the square is a neoclassical building made of white marble, nicknamed "Wedding Cake🍰"😂, which is really a bit like ~ It is said that the arc-shaped facade formed by 16 columns is its most exciting part, and there are two sets of fountains under the steps⛲ Also very beautiful. If you want to take a panoramic view, you may be close to the road, pay attention to safety.
To the south of Piazza Venezia is Rome’s iconic building, the Altar of the Fatherland, nicknamed "Big Cake". It was built to commemorate the unification of Italy. It was built in 1911 and is equivalent to Tiananmen Square in Beijing. To the west of the square is the Venetian Palace built in the fifteenth century. It was originally the Pope’s palace, then the Embassy of the Republic of Venice in the Papal State, and Mussolini’s office in the last century. On the east side of the square, there is a Venetian Insurance Building symmetrical to the Venetian Palace. It was built in 1911. On the north side of the square, there is Via del Corso, which leads to Piazza del Popolo. It is the most important street in Rome. At the intersection of Via del Corso, there is a palace built in the 17th century because it is the last residence of Napoleon’s mother, now called Bona In Bar Palace, Napoleon's mother Letizia likes to sit on the second floor terrace and watch the bustling passers-by on the square.
Venice is a world-famous water city with a resident population of 60,000, but it attracts nearly 10 million tourists from around the world every year. The entire city of Venice is built on blue waves, with 118 islands and 177 canals criss-crossed by boats. The gondola roams in it, and it feels like being in a fairyland.