Piazza Navona is a public square in Rome, built in 1AD and languishing in my archives probably for half of that period. I seriously need to pay more attention how I shoot images and later I am not entirely convinced why I should post a particular one. And then a long time later, I feel like I should post them but then I have forgotten some crucial info. Anyway, this square was built in typical fashion to watch the games. Today there are three fountains, with an Egyptian obelisk and the square itself faces the Sant'Agnese in Agone, a 17th century church [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sant%27Agnese_in_Agone]. I was in a group of six and we broke for lunch around here. I had the chance to stroll around the square, one eye roving and the other anchored on the rest of the party. The high density of these replica art works indicated that they were intended at me and visitors.
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