Luxury Bed & Breakfast Campo de fiori for your holiday in the heart of Rome.
Campo de’ Fiori is the only historically important square in Rome without a church. The famous statue in the middle of it, built in honour of Giordano Bruno in 1889, is the symbol of the square. The Dominican friar was burned at the stake by civil authorities in 1600 after the Roman Inquisition found him guilty of heresy.
Nowadays the area is one of the most distinctive of the city, where many Luxury Bed & Breakfast Campo de fiori offer their exclusive services to tourists.
Since 1869 there has been a vegetable and fish market in the square every morning. The ancient fountain "la Terrina", meaning the "soupbowl" once served the function of watering cattle and keeping the market goods fresh, while now it is used just to keep flowers fresh.
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