Piazza Navona was built in the XV century. With this attraction began the introduction of the Baroque in Roman architecture.

Piazza Navona
Piazza Navona

Here built churches and fountains, with centuries of history. Local attractions include the most prominent is the Obelisk, built by order of Emperor Domitian. At Piazza Navona, built a dozen palaces, designed by some of the most famous architects of his time: Antonio Sangallo, Giovanni Pamphili, Torres, Ancelotti are just part of the star constellation of architects that turned this area into one of the most interesting attractions of the city. There is also a Museum in Rome, allowing to explore the history of the Italian capital