Square: Piazza Navona

Piazza Navona is one of many squares in Rome. It has several beautiful fountains with many big and small figures. The fountain in the north side is called the fountain of Neptune, and on the south side is called Moor fontain. In the middle of the square, there is fountain of the four river, decorated with big scluptures and an obelisk.

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Fountain of the four river, featured in the Dan Brown’s Angel and Demon

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Fountain of Neptune at the north end of the square

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Piazza Navona

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Sue’s A Word A Week Challenge this week’s theme is “square”. Other than the renown geometrical shape, a square also means an open public place where people can gather.

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