Saint Ignatius' Square - Rome


Designed in 1728 by Filippo Raguzzini, Piazza Sant’Ignazio (Saint Ignatius’ Square) is one of few examples in Rome to sophistically combine Rococo and Baroque style. Despite being a rather limited space in terms of size and functionality due to the uneven streets leading to the majestic Church of Saint Ignatius of Loyola, Raguzzini has succeeded in designing a cohesive space, which gives the impression that it is larger than it is.

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Address : Piazza Sant'Ignazio 186 Rome Italy

Subway : Metro A : Barberini, Spagna. Metro B : Colosseo, Carvour

Bus : Bus : C3, 62, 63, 81, 85, 95, 116, 116T, 117, 119, 160, 175, 492, 628, 630, 850. Tram 8 : Argentina

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