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Navona Governo Vecchio

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Via del Governo Vecchio 118 Rome 00186 Italy
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80/100

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  • Only Apartments (14) 14 reviews
    94/100
  • other sources (195) 195 reviews
    79/100

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  • Breakdown Rating Guest comments
  • Service 62 Service was poor
  • Hotel Building 18 Poor hotel buildings
  • Location 88 Great location
  • Hotel 79 Excellent hotel
  • Food 63 Food wasn't good
  • Room 60 Room wasn't so nice
80 out of 100 based on 470 reviews
Piazza Navona

Piazza Navona

Piazza Navona is an elliptical-shaped square in Rome just across the Tiber from the Vatican. Its shape belies its origins as a games stadium built in the reign of Domitian, but it is renowned today for the baroque art and architecture on display in and around it. The centrepiece is Bernini's Fountain of the Four Rivers (1651), constructed around an Egyptian obelisk. The rivers are the Danube, Rio della Plata, Nile and Ganges, each personification realised by one of Bernini's students. At each end are two more fountains both by Porta: the Fountain of Neptune and the Fountain of the Moor (1570s). Of the buildings surrounding the square the most famous is Borromini and Rainaldi's Church of Saint Agnes. The church was built on the site of St Agnes' alleged martyrdom and miracle. Until 1869 the square was the site of the city market, and today it retains this atmosphere especially at Christmas with stalls, displays and cribs. Throughout the year it is a busy place of cafés and street life.

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Palazzo della Cancelleria

Palazzo della Cancelleria

The Palace of the Chancellery was built between 1485 and 1513. Properties of the Vatican and the ecclesiastical courts. The building is in Renaissance style and retains a large fresco by Vasari. In 1938 he was found in the underground tomb of the Aulo Irzio, Roman consul and assistant to Cesare. On its right is the ancient church of San Lorenzo in Damaso.

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