During the Christmas season, Piazza Navona is packed with stalls selling toys, sweets and decorations for the nativity scene ... More
During the Christmas season, Piazza Navona is packed with stalls selling toys, sweets and decorations for the nativity scene or Christmas tree, making it a favorite spot for children. Its unusual shape recalls the time of Domitian, who built a stadium for equestrian displays. The Fountain of the Rivers with the obelisk and the Fountain of the Moor with the God of the Sea are located in the center of the square and were both sculpted by Bernini.""
The Moro Fountain was designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini and sculpted by Giovanni Antonio Mari in 1653. Located at the
southern end of Piazza Navona , it is symmetrically opposite the Neptune fountain by Giacomo della Porta, built in ...
An incredible, almost theatrical square with the lovely Spanish Steps leading up to the Chiesa di Trinita dei Monti. One
of the most important fashion shows is held here, the steps being used as a catwalk. It is now ...
Enclosed by Bernini's magnificent colonnade, this square has the largest number of visitors in the world. Millions of tourists wait
here either for the Pope's Sunday blessing or to enter the Basilica . More than a square, the colonnade ...