The Piazza di Spagna was made famous in the classic movie "Roman Holiday," starring Audrey Hepburn. The plaza is actually not all that large. Most visitors tend to congregate on the plaza steps. If you continue to walk up the steps, you can see the Holy Trinity Church. The church belltower is typical of its gothic design. Stand on the platform in front of the church, and you'll get a view of the entire plaza. In addition, the baroque fountain below the steps - the boat fountain is also very famous.
How many people would come to Spain Square without Hepburn and Roman Holiday? Sitting on the steps, eating an ice-cream and taking beautiful pictures are probably what many people come here for. Nearby shops, big brands, in fact, is a good place to spend money.
The square wasn't really big. We had a good sunshine that day. Enjoy it. There are steps in Roman holidays, beside which is No. 85 of Hepburn's haircut shop. Next to it is a Menglong Ice Cream, now made for 4.5 euros, roadside roasted chestnuts, 5 euros.
It's not very big, and it's a bit crowded. The view is good.
Plaza de Espana, located at the junction of Granville Avenue and Calle Princesa, is divided into two main roads, East and west. The Plaza is famous for two rare buildings in the 1950s: the Edificio Espana and the Torre de Madrid, which were designed jointly by the Otmendi brothers. On Calle San Leonardo, next to the Spanish building, there is the Iglesia de San Marcos, which was designed by Ventura Rodriguez and completed in 1753. It was officially declared the National Memorial in 1944 and is one of the most attractive Baroque buildings in Madrid. From Princess Street bypass to Calle Ventura Rodriguez 17, there is a very solemn mansion built in the nineteenth century, called the Museo Spanish Plaza Cerralbo, which contains a collection of valuable furniture and artistic treasures. Palacio de Liria, 20 Princess Street, was also designed by Vindura Rodriguez, originally the residence of Duquesa de Alba. Located on Calle Conde Duqu, there is a Cuartel de Conde Duque, designed by Pedro Ribera in 1720 A.D., where various government agencies are concentrated in Baroque buildings, including exhibition centers and libraries. In summer, concerts are often held in the square in front of the city hall, and evening activities are also the main part of the public. Gathering place.
Piazzadi Spagna, an Italian Plaza in Rome, is situated at the top of the Spanish staircase (Italian : Scalinatadella Trinit &deiMonti; built by the Kings of the French Bourbon Dynasty) adjacent to the Spanish Plaza. Spanish Square once appeared in the scene of the film "Roman Holiday" and became a Roman business card known to all on earth. I also saw "Roman Holiday" for this reason, Hepburn's fresh and beautiful image seems to have been integrated with Spanish Square and beautiful Rome, and become people's eternal memory (___________
Piazza di Spagna - "situated under the hills of Trinita Dei Monta in Rome, Italy, the architects De Santis and Sparki are famous for climbing the Spanish ladder to the church. The church was built by the French by Charles VIII in 1495. There are 137 steps. The name of the church is taken from the nearby Spanish Embassy. The film "Roman Holiday" was filmed here. The wall on the left side of the staircase recorded the death of the poet Keats in 1821. The French style on the stairs and some English cafes on the square show a totally different atmosphere. In the center of the square is a fountain designed by Benigni, a baroque architectural giant. It is a summer resort for young people.
Spanish Square in Rome is more famous for its film "Roman Holiday". Anyone who travels to Rome, especially young people, will go to the Spanish Square to find the scenes in the movies. Spanish Square is guided by a 137-step Spanish price ladder leading to Trinity Church in Rome on the east side of the square. There is also a fountain in the square. The price ladder and fountain are full of tourists.
Roman streets are full of gorgeous, beautiful and artistic buildings. The ancient Roman architects marveled at their aesthetic design and exquisite construction techniques. We spent nearly 3 days in the process of repairing the Castle of St. Angels. It was two regrets that we missed the last entrance time. The night scene of the People's Square (details of the emblem of Rome) Spanish Square (one of the Roman Holiday attractions)