"Field of flowers." Piazza Campo de' Fiori Tip by tim07

Piazza Campo de' Fiori, Rome: 64 reviews and 114 photos


This is what the squares name translates as. Here every morning except Sunday you'll find a lively market. The square is full of stalls selling fruit & veg, meat, fish and household goods. Around the square are delicatessen and bread shops. At night the square is full of people enjoying the restaurants & bars.

In the centre of the square is a statue of the philospher Giordano Bruno, burnt at the stake here in 1600 for heresy. A reminder that the area once held executions.

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  • Updated Oct 19, 2009
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