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Piazza di Spagna is one of the most beautiful and elegant squares in Rome, an illustrious landmark and a symbol of the Eternal City, the pleasant combination of the monumental staircase, the famous Spanish Steps (scalinata di Trinità dei Monti) with the Church, the Fountain of the Ugly Boat (Fontana della Barcaccia) and the imposing Column of the immaculate Conception (Colonna dell'Immacolata Concezione) makes it one of the most famous tourist attractions of the world.
Shaped like a butterfly, it is located on the Pincian Hill and was originally named after the Spanish Embassy situated in the square; Piazza di Spagna is one of the most stunning scenarios in Rome, not only as masterpiece of extraordinary beauty but from the 16th century also as favourite meeting place for many artists, intellectuals, writers, film directors and stylists all attracted by its charm; the square is embellished by monuments with a high cultural and historical value admired everyday by hundreds of tourists from all over the world; the early baroque fountain called Fountain of the Ugly Boat (1629) just below the Spanish Steps dominates the whole square; commissioned by Pope Urban VIII (the emblems of the papal family and Barberini crest are clearly represented) and designed by Pietro and Gian Lorenzo Bernini, it was named after a weird old boat landed here during the aggressive flood of 1598; tourists and locals love to stay here for a little bit or flock to the Spanish Steps to sit and relax; this wonderful stairway designed by Francesco De Sanctis (1723-1726), is made up of 135 stunning travertine steps, beautifully maintained, it is often adorned with colourful fresh flowers; the final execution was preceded by great debates over how to fill the enormous space around, the solution was a magnificent work enriched by scenic effects and deep perspectives according to the guidelines of the greatest baroque architecture.
Trevi Fountain is today a real must-see attracting a very high number of daily tourists who, according to the tradition, throw a coin into it on their back to ensure a return trip to the Eternal City; but this masterpiece has been an inspiration to poets, artists, musicians, and filmmakers as well, how to forget it as romantic location in the most iconic scene in Fellini's 'La Dolce Vita' starring Marcello Mastroianni and Anita Ekberg.
these rainy days remind us last time we were in Rome and it was raining we felt half of north Africa was trying to sale us Umbrella...let's hope the election next week will bring back security and Italy to the Italian by stopping that tremendous wave of illegal immigration8feb18--The sculptural fountain in the shape of a half-sunken ship with water overflowing its sides into a small basin.
Waxing crescent - 15% of the Moon is Illuminated._:_Weather is from the base of 'Him', not at the 'live cam' s position.At the foot of the Spanish Steps, the Fountain of the Ugly Boat by Bernini, charming.Found out, the feast of the Immaculate Conception, the Pope leads a caravan from the Vatican to Piazza di Spagna, where he lays a wreath at the Colonna dell'Immacolata in front of Trinita dei Monti Church.Gegenwärtig verwenden Sie die Flash-Version des Chats: diese besitzt den kompletten Funktionsumfang und ist optimiert.Wenn Sie mit der Funktion des Flash Players auf Ihrem Computer unglücklich sind, versuchen Sie bitte auf die HTML5-Version der Seite umzuschalten, indem Sie auf den "Kippschalter" klicken.The source of the water comes from the Acqua Vergine, an aqueduct from 19 BC.According to legends, when the Tiber River flooded in 1598, water carried a small boat into the Piazza di Spagna. I've noticed names who I regularly 'spoke' to have disappeared without a trace... The 18th was a Sunday and I was busy fighting life. By the time I got to view Stromboli it was 4 or 5 hours past 6pm ST . En Joy En Joy20feb18-- ☺ Tonight's weather 60% Precip./0.09 in. comments are making skyliners switch off across all the cameras. @@ En Joy En Joy19feb18-- ☺ Tonight's weather 50% Precip./0.03 in. Next time I go, Im going to try and stay at this hotel, Relais Fontana di Trevi, the cam is near their rooftop patio. Thanks Kikiyes I'm here in Rome and was looking to purchase a tree, but as you quite rightly pointed out there are no public trees being displayed at this time. OBTW I've managed to get a tree now from a friendly nursery just outside of the city.6dec17--For sure , one of the 'live cams' near The Spanish Steps has a public Holiday tree illuminated during evenings, I recalled seeing two, but one 'live cam' was repositioned. The construction of the Aqueduct Virgin (' (Treio), meaning a crossing of three roads, the fountain marks the exact terminal point of the aqueduct; the ancient three spouts pouring water into three separate tanks were replaced in 1453 with a larger rectangular basin by Leon Battista Alberti upon the desire of Pope Nicholas V; the aqueduct was later restored in obedience to Pope Pius V's wishes in 1570 and in 1640 taken again in consideration upon request from Pope Urban VIII by Gian Lorenzo Bernini whose assignment was to embellish the fountain and the square with a more imposing style, this in order to glorify the close Barberini Palace (Palazzo Barberini); the square was partly enlarged and the fountain resited from the other side of the square to face the Quirinal, unfortunately after a few years the project was abandoned due to pope's death and the lack of funds; since then the fountain underwent numerous but unsuccessful interventions until the Dukes of Poli, the new Pope Innocent XIII's family, decided to expand their property by including a palace in Trevi Square with a fountain lying on its façade, but only in 1731 the direction has finally changed, Pope Clement XII set up a competition to find an artist able to rebuild the fountain, the winner was Nicola Salvi who proposed to work on the basis of some original Bernini’s sketches, four years later the fountain was partly completed; after a number of different vicissitudes and sculptors only under the Pontificate of Pope Clement XIII and the work of Giuseppe Pannini the fountain was finally completed and inaugurated in 1762. It was only once and for just 6 days but it captured my imagination. It is one of the most famous and recognizable symbols of Rome in the world and one of the most beautiful fountains of the Italian capital, an impressive masterpiece of late Baroque architecture, sculpture and engineering (1735) by Nicola Salvi, Trevi Fountain (Fontana di Trevi) and its magnificent backdrop Poli Palace (Palazzo Poli) dominate Trevi Square (Piazza Trevi).