Flower Square is like a big bazaar, which sells noodles, fruits, vegetables and flowers. I bought a cup of pomegranate juice to drink. It's a little bitter in sweetness and deep red in juice. While looking at it, I took photos. An old lady refused to let me take pictures of the vegetables on her stall. Okay, she's very temperamental. Ha-ha.
In the evening, I saw the statue of Bruno. It's a good shop nearby.
The orange looked at the knife and shouted to go to the flower market square because he had seen some strategies. I was not interested in flowers, but I couldn't beat her. So I began to measure Rome with my feet. This square is famous for its flower market. It is said that the square is full of flowers. Along the way, we passed many secluded blocks and learned about the ordinary life of the Romans. The real name of Huashi Square is bigger than the real one. It's a very common square. Square is not big, there are peddlers, coffee shops, the so-called flower market has been quite shrinking. But life here is more marketable and relaxing.
In my opinion, Flower Square is not so interesting. Specifically, it may not have met expectations, with Italians selling and bargaining for tourist goods at low prices. The most sold here is truffle, which is suitable for flying. There are also some historical buildings and local snacks.
This is a rectangular square adjacent to the fountain of the Four Rivers. The death penalty was usually held in public in the flower square. There were also permanent hangers in horse and bull markets. In the center of the square is the statue of Bruno, which was burned to death at the stake in 1600 for heresy. There are many open-air restaurants and cafes around the square.