Via dei Coronari, Rome
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Via dei Coronari, fra piazza Navona e Castel sant'AngeloSan Pietro, è una bella passeggiata attraverso una via stretta, pedonale (salvo furbi o taxi), con tanti negozietti di antiquariato, arte e tess... read more »Via dei Coronari, between piazza Navona and Castel Sant ' AngeloSan Peter, it's a nice walk through a narrow street, pedestrian (except smart or taxi), with antique shops, art and textiles. It is part of the pilgrims ' path to St. Peter and the evening is crowded with locals wearing walking the dog or friends for an aperitif. Far from the hustle and bustle of tourists and traffic, a health and beauty break.show original
Lots of interesting buildings and shops, cobblestones galore, and the usual flood of tourists to fight through ... But I still really liked walking this street. Typically Roman.
Strada dritta e stretta senza marciapiedi. Anche scomoda per via della pavimentazione con sampietrini. Era la strada di transito dei pellegrini diretti a San Pietro. Infatti vi erano molte botteghe ch... read more »Straight and narrow road without sidewalks. Also uncomfortable due to paving with cobblestones. It was the transit of pilgrims going to Saint Peter. In fact there were many shops that were selling wreaths and sacred images.show original
Dario CentofantiOne of the most beautiful and characteristic streets in Rome that still keeps intact the taste of the old days. Via dei Coronari owes its name to the sellers of sacred objects, in particular of rosaries, which here had their shops and sold their goods to the pilgrims in transit to San Pietro. More recently this street was known for its many antiques shops that characterized, transformed then into antique shops. The number of the latter must be reduced, as the antiques is replaced by less luxurious and more commonplace kinds commodity (bits and bobs, odds and ends, trinkets, jewellery, etc.). A pleasant afternoon walk which no tourist visiting Rome should still lose!show original
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