Piazza di Spagna

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Rome's most elegant square with tall façades in warm tones derives its name from the Spanish embassy based here in the 17C. It is dominated by its famous Trinità dei Monti steps (the Spanish Steps), near to which stands the Barcaccia Fountain (17C) by Bernini. A couple of private houses are worth noting: n°26, where the Romantic poet Keats lived, and n°31, home to Giorgio de Chirico.

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P.za di Spagna

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Trinita dei Monti Steps (Spanish Steps)
Trinita dei Monti Steps (Spanish Steps)
With its 138 steps and perfect
Keats' House
Keats' House
The house of English Romantic poet John
0:30
Caffè Greco
Caffè Greco
This is more than a café: it's an
0:15
Church of Trinita dei Monti
Church of Trinita dei Monti
Dominating Piazza di Spagna, this church
0:15
Giorgio de Chirico's House and Museum
Giorgio de Chirico's House and Museum
The strange life and works of the
1:00
Villa Medici
Villa Medici
Visitors have to wait for an exhibition
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Trinita dei Monti Steps (Spanish Steps)
Trinita dei Monti Steps (Spanish Steps)
With its 138 steps and perfect
Caffè Greco
Caffè Greco
This is more than a café: it's an
0:15
Church of Trinita dei Monti
Church of Trinita dei Monti
Dominating Piazza di Spagna, this church
0:15
See all