Piazza Navona, born from the ashes of the ancient stadium of Domitian, is among the most beautiful and important squares of Rome.
Great meeting place, with its wonderful fountains, the Church of Sant'Agnese in Agone and the Palazzo Pamphilj, the square is always heaving with street artists, painters, tourists but also the Romans themselves.
During Christmas time, until the traditional night of the Befana (an old woman who delivers gifts to children on the night of January 5th), the square is illuminated with thousands of colours, and it is filled up with stalls selling sweets, artisan objects and Nativity figurines.
A real must for all those visiting Rome at this time of the year!
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