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Statua di Giordano Bruno, Rome

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4.1/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web
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  • "Going to Rome and not seeing the Pope," he says when he does everything that comes before the main event then the nicer you are to bocc is dry. But it's hardly my case, because the first thing I do for years now, every time you return to the eternal city is going to see the Holy Father (with all due respect I have for Bergoglio), but the statue that stands alone on Campo dei Fiori: Giordano Bruno. It was a warm autumn night of 1876 when a group of boisterous students just emerged from an Inn and have no desire to go to bed, he decided to erect a statue of Giordano Bruno in Campo de ' Fiori, that is in the same square where 276 years before the "Nolano" had been burned alive. But dedicating a monument to him, the heretic intransigent until his death, and in Rome, so keen to celebrate the trappings of religious power in every corner of its three thousand years, architecture was a breach far more arduous of Porta Pia. It took 13 years before 9 June 1889 the statue was inaugurated in front of tens of thousands of Masons flocked from every corner of the old continent. Yet it is right here in this charming square, my heart's boss to come as soon as I arrive in the city, and I feel like those travelers or those emigrants who at the end of the 800 and the beginning of ' 900 arrived in the "new world" in search of a better future and passed under the statue of liberty in New York Harbor just that freedom I'm trying is primarily a freedom of thought and stand under the statue of Giordano Bruno is a thousand times more important to me than seeing Miss Liberty. This isn't about a freedom that then is nothing but simple and vulgar economic liberalism, this is about true freedom of thought, one that scares those in power and it would take succubi and resigned. And as long as it will exist and will be born on earth people like Giordano Bruno, the world will still have a chance to evolve. I finish this review with the words the "Nolano" turned to the judges of the Inquisition after the death sentence: "Maiori forsan fertis quam ego accipiam sententiam in me fear CMU"-"Maybe tremble more you to issue this ruling that I will see you now."
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  • Slowest service in Italy, and the dirtiest washroom in Rome! Terrible service. Good wine, now change for apps at happy hour like the rest of the Campo bars. 
  • This is the statue of Giordano Bruno is at the center of Campo de ' Fiori square. He philosopher heretic in in this square stake sentenced to so. Now a lively market is a fun square.
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