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Rome, Italy, July 03 -- The suggestive and characteristic street market of Campo de Fiori square, located in the baroque heart of Rome between Piazza Farnese and Piazza Navona. The Campo de Fiori district is much loved and visited by tourists and young peoples for the presence of ancient churches and noble buildings, for the countless artistic and cultural treasures, for the many typical and trendy restaurants and for the characteristic alleys to be discovered by walking freely, where you can experience the essence and soul of Roman life. In 1980 the historic center of Rome was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco. Image in high definition format.

Sacro Monte di Varese (Sacred mount of Varese) or Santa Maria del Monte, north Italy with the third arch and the eleventh chapel. The Sacro Monte of Varese is located in the Regional Park Campo dei Fiori, is one of the nine sacri monti (sacred mountains) in the Italian regions of Lombardy and Piedmont which were inscribed on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites in 2003. It has an altitude of 807 metres above sea-level. The old village, with its 14 Chapels winding along a pebbly path of about 2 km, is probably the most fascinating Marian itinerary in the world

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A suggestive view of Piazza Farnese (Farnese Square), near Campo de Fiori, in the historic heart of Rome. On the left a fountain built in 1626 by the architect Girolamo Rainaldi, using a tank of Ancient Rome, and behind the church of Santa Brigida (St Bridget of Sweden), built in 1705 in the place where the Saint has lived until his death, occurred in 1373. The Piazza Farnese district is an area of the Eternal City much loved and visited by tourists and residents for the presence of ancient churches and noble palaces and for the countless artistic and cultural treasures in Renaissance and Baroque style. Around the square, in the Rione Regola (Regola district), you can explore dozens of characteristic alleys, with restaurant and bistrot, where you can discover the essence and soul of Roman life. In 1980 the historic center of Rome was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco. Super wide angle image in high definition format.

A picturesque and hidden alley near Campo de Fiori square, in the historic and baroque heart of Rome. The Campo de Fiori district is an area of the Eternal City much loved and visited by tourists and young people for the presence of ancient churches and noble palaces and for the countless artistic and cultural treasures of the Renaissance and Baroque era. But Campo de Fiori is also famous for its characteristic flower and fruit and vegetable market that occupies the square every morning, for the numerous trendy restaurants and pubs and for the characteristic alleys to be discovered while walking freely, where you can experience the essence and the soul of Roman life. In 1980 the historic center of Rome was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco. Super wide angle and high definition image in 16:9 format.

The small and lovely square of Largo dei Librari and the little Baroque style church of Santa Barbara dei Librai (Saint Barbara), located near Campo de Fiori, in the historic heart of the Eternal City. Perhaps built since Roman times by a noblewoman of Christian faith above the ruins of the Theater of Pompey, this delightful little church was officially founded in 1306. The statue on the facade, above, depicting Saint Barbara, is the work of the Baroque artist Ambrogio Parisi. The Campo de Fiori area is much loved and visited by tourists and residents for the presence of ancient churches and noble palaces and for the countless artistic and cultural treasures in Renaissance and Baroque style. Around Campo de Fiori, in the ancient Parione and Regola districts, it is possible to explore dozens of characteristic alleys, where you can discover the essence and soul of Roman life. In 1980 the historic center of Rome was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco. Super wide angle image in high definition format.

A suggestive evening view of the picturesque Campo de Fiori square, located in the historic and baroque heart of Rome, between Piazza Farnese and Piazza Navona. In the center, the bronze statue of the religious and philosopher Giordano Bruno, created by the sculptor Ettore Ferrari in 1889, erected in the place where Bruno was condemned and burned at the stake by the Holy Inquisition in 1600. The Campo de Fiori district is an area of the Eternal City much loved and visited by tourists and residents for the presence of ancient churches and noble palaces and for the countless artistic and cultural treasures of the Renaissance and Baroque era. But Campo de Fiori is also famous for the characteristic flower, fruit and vegetable market that occupies the square every day and for the presence of numerous trendy restaurants and pubs. Around the square, in the ancient Parione and Regola districts, you can explore dozens of characteristic alleys, where you can discover the essence and soul of Roman life. In 1980 the historic center of Rome was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco. Super wide angle image in high definition format.

Rome, Italy, November 07 -- The picturesque street market of Campo de Fiori square, located in the baroque heart of Rome between Piazza Farnese and Piazza Navona, with the statue of the philosopher Giordano Bruno (right). The bronze statue of Giordano Bruno, created by the sculptor Ettore Ferrari in 1889, was erected in the place where he was condemned and burned at the stake by the Holy Inquisition in 1600. The Campo de Fiori district is much loved and visited by tourists and young peoples for the presence of ancient churches and noble buildings, for the countless artistic and cultural treasures, for the many typical and trendy restaurants and pubs and for the characteristic alleys to be discovered by walking freely, where you can experience the essence and soul of Roman life. In 1980 the historic center of Rome was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco. Image in High Definition format.

Rome, Italy, March 13 -- A pair of characteristic Italian Ape Cars used to transport fruit and vegetables in the middle of the Campo de Fiori square market. In the background an Italian delicatessen shop (Norcineria) and a bookshop. The fruit and vegetable market of Campo de Fiori square is one of the most loved and visited places by residents and tourists, located in the heart of Rome between piazza Farnese and piazza Navona. In addition to the typical daily market, this square is also famous for the presence of numerous restaurants, pubs and cafes. Image in high definition format.

Rome, Italy, December 16 -- A beautiful twilight view of the picturesque Campo de Fiori square, located in the baroque heart of Rome, between Piazza Farnese and Piazza Navona, with the statue of Giordano Bruno in the center. The bronze statue of religious and philosopher Giordano Bruno, created by the sculptor Ettore Ferrari in 1889, was erected in the place where he was condemned and burned at the stake by the Holy Inquisition in 1600. The Campo de Fiori district is an area of the Eternal City much loved and visited by tourists and young people for the presence of ancient churches and noble palaces and for the countless artistic and cultural treasures of the Renaissance and Baroque era. But Campo de Fiori is also famous for its characteristic flower and fruit and vegetable market that occupies the square every morning and for the numerous trendy restaurants and pubs and for the characteristic alleys to be discovered while walking freely, where you can experience the essence and the soul of Roman life. In 1980 the historic center of Rome was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco. Super wide angle and high definition image.

Rome, Italy -- The statue of Giordano Bruno in Campo de Fiori square, one of the most loved and visited places by tourists, located in the heart of Rome between Piazza Farnese and Piazza Navona. The bronze statue of the religious and philosopher Giordano Bruno, made by the sculptor Ettore Ferrari in 1889, was erected in the place where he was condemned to the stake by the Holy Inquisition in 1600. In addition to the typical daily market, Campo de Fiori is also famous for the presence of numerous restaurants, pubs and cafes. Image in High Definition format.

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