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Piazza Trilussa

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"Piazza Trilussa is a charming square located in the heart of the Trastevere neighborhood in Rome. It is named after the famous Roman poet and writer Carlo Alberto Salustri, who was also known by his pen name Trilussa. The square is situated at the end of the Ponte Sisto bridge and is surrounded by narrow streets and beautiful historic buildings. Piazza Trilussa is a popular meeting place for both locals and tourists, especially in the evenings when it becomes a hub of activity with street performers, musicians, and artists. The square is also home to several bars, cafes, and restaurants where visitors can enjoy a drink or a meal while taking in the lively atmosphere of Trastevere. One of the most striking features of Piazza Trilussa is the beautiful fountain in the center of the square, which was designed by the Italian sculptor Ettore Ferrari in 1913. The fountain features a group of dolphins surrounding a large shell-shaped basin, and is a popular spot for taking photos and selfies. Piazza Trilussa is also famous for its annual celebration of the Festa di San Giovanni Battista, which takes place on June 24th. During this festival, the square is filled with food stalls, live music, and fireworks, and is a great way to experience the local culture and traditions of Trastevere."
"A quintessential spot for sitting and enjoying Roman life as it passes by. Perfect for reading, working, people-watching, listening to music, eavesdropping on other conversations and dancing! Coming from the city centre, the Piazza Trilussa bridge will be the quickest way to get the this square and right into the heart of Trastevere. "
"A quintessential spot for sitting and enjoying Roman life as it passes by. Perfect for reading, working, people-watching, listening to music, eavesdropping on other conversations and dancing in the evenings when live music fills the square."

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