Campo de' Fiori is one of the nerve centres of Roman life. Home to a colourful fruit and vegetable market by day, by night it becomes an open air meeting point where the young people of Rome come together to eat in the fashionable restaurants and drink in the trendiest bars in town.
The centre of the square is marked by a statue of Giordano Bruno, a Christian martyr burned on the stake in 1600 having been as accused of heresy. The square also has another interesting characteristic: it is the only square in the historic centre of Rome without a church, which has made Campo de Fiori the heart of secular Rome.
Many of the streets around Campo de Fiori bear the names of the craftsmen which traditionally had their workshops there:
For more information visit our page: The quarters Campo de’ Fiori and Piazza Navona in Rome, two of the areas which best represent Rome, and which can be found a short walk away from each other, on either side of Corso Vittorio Emanuele II.
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