Piazza Pasquino

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Secret Side Streets of Piazza Navona
If there is one area that perpetuates the past, it would be the cluster of side streets surrounding Piazza Navona. Starting at the southern end in Piazza Pasquino, a small square named after the "talking" statue hidden on a blunt corner, the Via del Governo Vecchio is a windy pedestrian strip lined with antique shops, restaurants, and boutiques. To the piazza's north is Via dei Coronari, a Renaissance-era thoroughfare flanked by 15th- and 16th-century buildings that loom over the long charming street. These two famous roads are connected by a network of small alleys and side streets that are leftovers of Rome's Renaissance past.
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