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Campo de' Fiori and Roman nightlife

We are in Campo de' Fiori, a square that hosts a lively and popular market every day. The statue of the philosopher Giordano Bruno, condemned to death in the seventeenth century, reminds us that executions were carried out here. Today the entire area is one of the preferred night-time venues for young people, with numerous clubs and pubs. We can either walk down the picturesque Via dei Giubbonari or visit the nearby Piazza Farnese, where the French Embassy occupies a sixteenth century palace.