Piazza San Silvestro, Rome

"Piazza San Silvestro, Rome" submitted by RomeTour Editorial Team and last updated on Friday 29th April 2011

The square is located on the territory of ancient Temple of the Sun built in 273 A.D. by Aurelian, the ruins of which were visible until in the 16th century. At present it is a bus terminus and quite animated by traffic place. The square itself was formed in the 30's of the 20th century as a consequence of destruction of a line of buildings, which separated it into two squares: little Piazza di S.Silvestro and another Piazza di S.Claudio.
Piazza San Silvestro

Address:
Piazza San Silvestro
Piazza San Silvestro
Next to the Rome Central Post Office near Via di Sant'Andrea delle Fratte, Piazza di Spagna
00187, Rome, Lazio, Italy
Zone: Rione Colonna (Pantheon-Montecitorio-Barberini) (Roma centro)
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