Venice Square is an important attraction in Rome. Many buses pass through it. In fact, it takes no more than 20 minutes to walk from the railway station in Rome. Therefore, more people choose to walk. In fact, Venice Square feels very blurred, there are open places, these are called squares! There are too many scenic spots around, such as museums, if you don't pay attention to them, you can't find them. Because I am anxious to go to the bathroom first, I found many scenic spots with very few visitors along the way. There is a museum with several people coming in. I thought it was free and free to go to the bathroom. The result was 9 euros. The most attractive building around Venice Square should be the Venice Tower, a large white building. The outermost door was guarded by a woman. She said to everyone who entered that she could not sit down. I began to wonder. Only then did I realize that there were many steps in front of the building. It was most suitable for visitors to sit down and rest. The relief of the building is really wonderful. There is a statue of a knight riding in the middle of the ladder. There is a policewoman standing on both sides of the ladder. There are two iron basins on both sides. There is an unbearable fire in the relief. You can visit the building and ask for tickets. The square is surrounded by some ancient Roman pillars and so on, which shows that this is the city center of ancient Rome, and of course the city center of modern Rome.
Venice Square is a circular square in the centre of Rome. On the front of the square is a neoclassical building built of white marble nicknamed "wedding cake", "typewriter" - "Victor Emmanuel's Second Century Memorial Hall. It took 25 years to build a memorial to celebrate the unification of Italy in 1870. On the left of the square is the Venice Palace, a Renaissance Gothic building that was once the site of the Venetian Embassy during the prosperity of the Republic of Venice. Mussolini once delivered the famous "balcony speech" from the balcony on the second floor to the crowded crowd in the square. Now it has become a museum of Italian Renaissance art. To this square is mainly to see "Big Cake" and also see the balcony of Mussolini's speech.
Venice Square is a circular square in the centre of Rome. On the front of the square is a neoclassical building built of white marble nicknamed "wedding cake", "typewriter" - "Victor Emmanuel's Second Century Memorial Hall. It took 25 years to build a memorial to celebrate the unification of Italy in 1870. The arc facade formed by 16 cylinders is its most wonderful part. The two groups of fountains under the steps have profound implications - "the right one symbolizes the Tyrrhenian Sea, the left one symbolizes the Adriatic Sea, and the central riding figure is Victor Emmanuel II, who has completed the great cause of Italian reunification. There are two huge bronze statues on the top of the building. The one on the right represents "the victory of loving the motherland" and the one on the left represents "the victory of labor". Whether it's sunny or rainy, there are always two soldiers here to guard the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
Venice Square is the largest square in Rome. The rectangular square is the junction of five streets. It takes only a few minutes to walk from the ruins of ancient Rome. Besides the subway, it is a walk for all the attractions in Rome. The attractions and attractions are almost close to each other. Besides, there are traces of ancient Rome everywhere in the streets. That's why I like Rome. This square is also known as "wedding cake", "typewriter". The Neoclassical Architecture of White Marble - "Victor Emmanuel's Second Century Memorial Hall. The figure sculpture on horseback in the square is the unification of Victor Emmanuel II of Italy. There are many people taking pictures on the stairs of the square, but they are not allowed to sit on the stairs. No matter in the sun or in the rain, there are always two soldiers who are here to guard the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Up the stairs, there is a museum with many Italian army histories. It is very valuable to visit. If you want to climb the top, you need to pay extra fees, and you have to queue up. On the back is a church.
Very magnificent and magnificent building, adjacent to the ruins of the ancient Roman city and the site of the Colosseum. The buildings are well preserved, the broad steps, the huge Roman pillars and the exquisite bronze sculptures are all the classic business cards of Rome. The main white marble building on the front of the building, the second century Memorial Hall of Emanuel, is built to commemorate the unification of Italy in 1870 and can be visited. Beautiful shape, known as the wedding cake or typewriter, but also quite image. The bronze statue on horseback in the middle is Emmanuel II. Two huge bronze statues on both sides, one the victory of labor "and one "the victory of loving the motherland". The semi-circular arc Roman column on the top of the building has excellent visual effect. It can be climbed up to overlook the urban area. The Venice Tower on the left side of the square was the balcony speech venue of Mussolini at that time. It was also worth watching.
After visiting Colosseum, our next destination is Venice Square, which is not far from the ruins of ancient Rome. We walked for about 15 minutes, and we saw a lot of busy street performers performing. At the front of the square is a huge white building, a monument to Vittorio Emanuele II, Victor & 183, Emanuel II, the first king of Italy. (The central figure on horseback is Victor & Emmanuel II.) This monument is also the monument of the unknown hero in Italy, so it's a solemn place. No laughter, no laughter. It's a magnificent place. We didn't make a strategy in advance when we came in the evening. It's a magnificent building. It's a magnificent sunset. It's beautiful to see Rome in the night. It's a taste to take the elevator up to seven Europe. It's totally dark and beautiful when one goes up.
Square itself is a big flower bed, and facing this square, it is a group of magnificent buildings, which feel like the Great Hall of the People and have the function of a monument to the people's heroes. The grand arc building with wreaths and guards in the middle. There is a tall statue, the Italian flag. Standing at the top, you can overlook the whole city, a good sight-seeing spot.
Venice Square is on the northwest side of Tulazhen Square. It is a magnificent building with a nickname of wedding cake. The Neoclassical architecture built by white marble is a memorial hall to celebrate the unification of Italy. Mussolini once gave a famous balcony speech on the second floor. Now it is the Museum of Renaissance Art.
Venice Square, located in the centre of Rome, Italy, is the largest square in Rome. The square is rectangular. It is the junction of five avenues. Venice Palace is situated here. The most striking building is Victor Emmanuel's Second Century Memorial Hall. The whole square is magnificent. Tourists can take sightseeing cars or horse-drawn carriages, and police security with live ammunition.