Campo de’ Fiori


Campo de Fiori, which means “Field of Flowers”, is a square in Rome. It received its name because the area used to be a meadow.

The prominent statue located in the square is from Giordano Bruno, a Dominican friar, poet, philosopher, mathematician, and cosmological theorist who was burned alive for heresy in the year 1600. The monument was erected in 1889, remembering him as a martyr to freedom of thought.

The inscription on the base reads: A BRUNO – IL SECOLO DA LUI DIVINATO – QUI DOVE IL ROGO ARSE (“To Bruno – the century predicted by him – here where the fire burned“).

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See the Best of Rome on a Free City Tour!

World Free Tours wants to help travelers like you get the most out of Rome. We believe that Free Walking Tours are great options to experience the city not only because they are informative but also entertaining, and budget-friendly.

No need to pay any fees upfront. Instead, you can join the tour simply by making an online reservation, and if you enjoy the tour, you may tip the guide at the end.

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