Piazza Campo de' Fiori

 This poor chap, Giordano Bruno, was burned at the stake for heresy during the Counter Reformation (the Holy Inquisition).

For a long time the Campo de' Fiori square was the site for public death penalties.

It has always been a site for fruit and veg markets. In fact the square's name: Campo de' Fiori means "Field of Flowers".

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