I was dreaming of Rome travel, a walking tour of Baroque Rome between plates of authentic pasta like cacio e pepe in one of Rome's many authentic trattoria Romana. A walking tour of Rome is the absolutely best way to see Rome - as Rome truly is "The Great Theater of the World". Gian Lorenzo Bernini (1598-1680), who embodies Italian Baroque, lived most of his life in Rome, and adorned The Great Theater of the World that is Rome with his art, which is scattered around Rome's streets in the many fountains he designed from Piazza Navona to Piazza Spagna to Piazza Barberini, on its buildings, including the design of the facades of Palazzo Chigi and Palazzo Barberini, in its churches, and in the sovereign nation inside Rome that is Vatican City where Bernini was as Urban VIII (1623-44) called him the "Architect of St. Peter's". After the jump WebVisionItaly.com 2009 Rome Trattoria: Best Restaurants in Rome.
BAROQUE ROME: Walk Bernini's Rome Map
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