"Piazza degli Zingari" submitted by RomeTour Editorial Team and last updated on Friday 10th June 2011
The name of this square derives from the presence of the gipsy (zingari), who made it their permanent camp for a long period of time. It was distinguished by its own customs and feasts.
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It is one of the oldest part of Rome, walking distance to the Colosseum, Imperial Forums, The Opera, the Santa Maria Church, Vatican, the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona, Santa Maria Maggiore, nearby Cavour Subway station, restaurants and shops. Stroll along the Via Urbana, lined with galleries, workshops and boutiques, and admire the Piazza degli Zingari. Stop at Studio Cassio to learn how the Cassio family has restored ancient Roman mosaics all over the country. Continue to Capitol Hill to see the square designed by Michelangelo, then conclude at the Jewish Ghetto.
Piazza degli Zingari
Via degli Zingari
00184, Rome, Lazio, Italy
Zone: Rione Monti (Colosseo-S.Giovanni-S.Maria Maggiore) (Roma centro)
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