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Spanish Steps

Local name: Scalinata di Trinità dei Monti

Spanish Steps is a staircase leading from the Spanish Square to the Trinita dei Monti Church in Rome, built between 1723 and 1725. They are 138 degrees and are among the longest and widest in Europe. This is a place frequented by tourists. There are annual fashion shows here, while the spring is decorated with beautiful floral decorations set for the festival of flowers. During the Christmas season, the crib is set on the terrace of the stairs.

Near the Spanish Steps, there are two interesting museums. The first is dedicated to English romantic poets and is located in the home where John Keats lived. The second is the exhibition of books and memorabilia by the Italian artist Giorgio de Chirico. Right next to the famous Via dei Condotti shopping avenue, where the boutiques of the largest Italian fashion houses are located.


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    Spanish Steps map
    Piazza di Spagna 00187 Rome , Italy