The vertical area is famous, leading to the Trinity Church


Member Rating 5 out of 5 by Zhebiton on May 22, 2011

Vertical area of ​​Spain is famous ladder-eight, leading to the Trinity Church on the Hill, and a fountain "Keel" (Barkachcha). In the summer of stairs decorated with azaleas and released on her stage anorexic mannequins in traditional fashion shows, and in autumn and winter, usizhennaya tired tourists ladder looks pretty dull. Likewise, however, as the fountain at its foot. With clips from romantic movies about Rome Barkachchu not compare - a small, battered by time and abraded by the priests seated, it only causes frustration. So come to the Piazza di Spagna in the evening, when the noble dusk and dim the lights all seem much newer and mysterious.

The Spanish area got its name from its located on the Spanish Embassy. The area consists of 2 unequal triangle. In the northern area of ​​the Spanish Steps and the Church of Trinita dei Monti, the front of the stairs is a fountain Barkachcha in the form of a boat by Pietro Bernini. Grandiose baroque Spanish Steps consists of 138 steps that lead from the Spanish Square to the hilltop pincho church Trinita dei Monti.
Spanish Steps (Scalinata)
Piazza Di Spagna
Rome, Italy, 00187

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