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Piazza della Repubblica, Rome, Italy
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Piazza della Repubblica
Rome, Italy
41° 54' 8.82'' N,
12° 29' 47.47'' E

Squares, Fountains
"The cobbled paved piazza is circled by symmetrical bldgs &a car round-about"

Piazza della Repubblica is more a thing to see than do. The square has a car round-about with traffic coming and going, so it is not the quietest square in Rome during daytime.

The cobbled paved piazza is circled by 2 symmetrical buildings and Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri done by Michelangelo in the 15th century, which is a nearby attraction that you can see.

There is also the Fountain of the Naiads in the center, adorned with a series of dynamic statues.

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