The bus stopped in front of a square after passing through the narrow road. The tall Roman pine on both sides seemed to be standing and welcoming us.
Tourists from all over the world may be as excited as we are at this time.
Walking through the square, the "Arch of Constantine" is in the middle.
The Arch of Constantine (Arco di Costantino) was built in 312 to celebrate the complete defeat of the powerful enemy Maxenti and the unification of the empire by Constantine the Great.
On the back right is the ancient Roman Arena.
The Colosseum (Colosseum) in Italy was built between 72 and 82 AD. It was a place exclusively for slave owners, nobles and freedmen to watch beasts or slave fights in the ancient Roman Empire. The appearance is oval, covering an area of 20,000 square meters, the long axis is about 188 meters, the short axis is about 156 meters, and the wall is about 57 meters high. The ancient complete arena can accommodate nearly 90,000 spectators.
We were shocked by its majesty.
After the visit, we took the bus to the "Girls' Trevi Fountain".
The Maiden's Trevi Fountain is the largest fountain in Rome and the last Baroque masterpiece. It was designed and built by Pope Clemens XII ordered by Nicola Solvi, and it took 30 years to complete. The Romans have a beautiful legend. As long as you turn your back to the fountain and throw a coin into the pool from your shoulder, you will have the opportunity to visit Rome again.
By accident, the "maiden's wishing pool" was being repaired, and the workers were repairing the pool.
I heard that the ice cream shop next to the "Girls' Wishing Pool" is very famous. We also went to try it. It was really delicious. In addition, the toilet inside was also free, hehe.
The decoration of the corner of the Trevi Fountain.
The building next to the Trevi Fountain.