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Piazza Cavour, Rome
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  • Nice little place with a few benches, high palms and the Cavour statue, the father of Italian unity. But it is above all a very nice place to admire the rear of the Palace of Justice in Rome which is just beautiful.
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  • Built following the plan of 1873 and dedicated to the architect of the unification of Italy, Camillo Benso di Cavour, whose monument, which stands in the garden in the middle of the square, is by the sculptor Stefano Galletti. It is tall 17 meters wide and 14, while the statue of the statesman is 5.14 meters. More generally, one can say that the square is dominated by the imposing Palace of justice back, while the large central area, which is widely, is covered with greenery. On the other side stands the Teatro Adriano, opened in 1898 as Politeama. The large dining room with the audience, two tiers of boxes and two galleries, had a stage that extended over an area of about 700 square meters. The theater hosted various representations: operas, dances, plays, operettas and more. From 1936 to 1950, hosted concerts at the Academy of Santa Cecilia, but later, when the Academy let him, it was modified inside and became a cinema. In the square you can also observe the Waldensian Church, Gothic style; its importance is due to the fact that after centuries of hostility and rejection of any form of artistic expression within places of worship, the evangelicals opened the doors of their simple churches to art: murals, stained glass and furniture constituted a new dimension of faith related to the artistic language. The February 8, 1914 was inaugurated a multipurpose religious center, where you can play, in addition to religious services, including various activities: annexed to the temple there were in fact a conference room, a library, religious and other apartments that was outside the purely religious component. The Interior has three naves divided by pillars, but important are the stained glass Windows, Christian symbolism and themes representatives. Overall, the place is decent, with items of interest, but I consider to visit only fleetingly: there are in most interesting both as a story, either as architectural elements, both as beauty.
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  • We were not staying too far from this Piazza... which is also not drastically from the Castle San't Angelo & Vatican! It's beautiful to go for a picturesque morning walk and enjoy the beauty this city...  more »