Five Moons Square (Piazza delle Cinque Lune)

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Five Moons Square (Piazza delle Cinque Lune) is next to Piazza Navona. This square was received as a result of the arrangement of the zone in course of creation of Corso del Rinascimento. It remembers a street, a square and a fried food shop, all bearing the name "Cinque Lune", i.e. "Five Moons", derived from the coat-of-arms of the Piccolomini family (a cross with five growing moons), which was located on the house (not existing anymore) inhabited by pope Pius II Piccolomini. On the angle with the Piazza dell'Apollinare, a little palace attributed to A.da Sangallo the Younger was reconstructed. It is pleasant effect, with ashlar basement and two brick floors surmounted by a roof-terrace.

Five Moons Square (Piazza delle Cinque Lune), Next to Piazza Navona, rome
There are several taxi stands around the city; the ones at Piazza delle Cinque Lune and Piazza di Spagna are the most reliable. It is also easy to summon a taxi by phone (39 06 3570), but note that the meter starts when the taxi leaves the stand, not when it picks you up. Train to Termini station and then the bus no.70 and get off at Cinque Lune.

Five Moons Square (Piazza delle Cinque Lune)
Next to Piazza Navona
00186, Rome, Lazio, Italy
Zone: Rione S. Eustachio (Senato-Corso Rinascimento) (Roma centro)
Five Moons Square (Piazza delle Cinque Lune) is Shown By "Map H Zone" As "47"
Bus Lines: (linea espressa, "express line") 30, 70, 81, 87, 186, 492, 628.
Tourist Information Point at Piazza delle Cinque Lune (P.I.T. - Punto Informativo Turistico Cinque Lune): Everyday h. 09.30-19.00. 30th of April, 1st and 2nd of may h. 8.00-22.00. Phone: (+39) 06.68809240

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