Via dei Coronari - Rome

The Via dei Coronari takes its name from the shops that used to sell rosary beads here in the past. Nowadays they've been replaced by antique dealers. The street follows an old Roman road that linked Piazza Colonna to the River Tiber and was a route take by thousands of pilgrims. Most of the buildings that line the street are lovely examples of Renaissance Rome. The Church of San Salvatore in Lauro for example, dates from the 16th century and opens onto a charming square of the same name. It is home to an altarpiece by Pietro da Cortona. This is a charming and typical Roman street.

Address : Via dei Coronari 186 Rome Italy

Subway : Station: Spagna-Station: Barberini: train A.

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