The fountain with the four bronze statues of the Najadi by Mario Rutelli stands in the center of the square, bordered by the ... More
Piazza della Repubblica
The fountain with the four bronze statues of the Najadi by Mario Rutelli stands in the center of the square, bordered by the church of Santa Maria degli Angeli and Diocletian's Baths. On the other side there are buildings of various architectural styles. Called Piazza della Repubblica after World War II, its official name is still Piazza Esedra, referring to the central exedra of the Baths. The square is a meeting point for official demonstrations and for receiving visiting delegations from abroad.
I have renamed the fountain in the Piazza Alfonso fountain because no one seemed to know what the name of it was, and I need something named after me in Roma.
I love this fountain and all of the activity around the area.
This was also the first fountain I saw during my visit to Rome. It is the 2nd best fountain in Rome in my opinion!! At night, the fountain is magnificent especially with the two 5 star hotels in the background. From the fountain, you can go to the Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli. It doesn't look like much from the outside, but once inside you will be blown away by the art work and the huge organ.
This was the first place I came across when exploring Rome. It is amazing with a huge fountain in the middle of the Piazza and marble buildings and a basillica around. At night the buildings and fountain are lit up. The fountain has beautiful statues. ALso the basillica there, Saint Mary of the Angels and Saints has gorgeous bronz doors with figures literally coming out of them, and a great assortment of statues and paintings inside. I highly recomend visiting.
This square, now filled with market stalls, is considered to be the first square in the new Italy. The market
has been present since the World War II, and has became the place to find everything from food to ...
This five star luxury property is located directly across from the Piazza della Repubblica and the Repubblica Metro Station, approximately
17 miles from Fiumicino International Airport. Local attractions include Piazza Barberini, Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Roman Forum, and the ...
After Via del Tritone and Via Veneto were opened into Piazza Barberini, the square took on its present aspect. During
the 17th Century, it was named after the noble Barberini family that owned a large palace here with gardens ...
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