Rome has countless plazas. The Royal Plaza is composed of a series of plazas, namely, Tulazhen, Augustus, Caesar, Nerva and Westphalia. Mussolini attempted to build the Royal Square Street between the Colosseum and Venice Square. Most of the buildings of the Royal Square were buried underground, and there were few remains of the Square.
The Royal Square is very much looking forward to, especially the surrounding buildings are very well preserved, and they are European style, especially beautiful, like our Chinese tourists in the past, think that the architectural style is different from China, it is very beautiful.
Rome has many squares. The Royal Square consists of a series of squares, which were built from 42 BC to 112 A.D. by Tulazhen, Augustus, Caesar, Nerva and Vespatian. In 1933, Mussolini attempted to build the Royal Square Street between the Colosseum and Venice Square, and most of the Royal Square was buried underground. Fori di Traiano is the largest square unearthed in the Royal Square. Except for some of the Tulazhen cylinders, the vast area of the 2nd century A.D. is almost empty. The Tulazhen cylinder was built to commemorate the defeat of the Dacian (from today's Romania) by Tulazhen. It has spiral reliefs depicting battles with the Dacian army. The original gold statue of Tulazhen at the top of the cylinder was lost in the Middle Ages, and now it is the statue of St. Peter.