Campo de' Fiori - Rome live camView on Campo de' Fiori, market during the day and nightlife in the evening

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    • 7 hours ago
    • Gert

    It's weird, the streets around Rome & around the touristy places are just empty. Usually even in the middle of the night there are people walking around, sitting, talking, etc. It's about 04:30 Wednesday.

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    • 10 hours ago
    • bluebird

    Paige - If you happen to be in Rome, don't buy the helicopter toys from the street vendors!!! They'll charge you an arm and a leg. %arc told me this before I went to Rome, and I am glad. In Rome, they cost anywhere from 8 to 20e. Here in the US, 2 for $1.00. Ha! They are a flmsey piece of plastic with an l.e.d. light. You use it like a slingshot and when it goes up into the air, you see a light streak.

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    • 4 weeks ago
    • Neil

    Hi Paige, you can by these from street sellers, they are like a little helicopter. You launch them up into the air by firing them from an elastic band. They have rota blades on them and they hover back to the ground.

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    • 1 month ago
    • Jetzen

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY ROMA !!! 21ST OF APRIL

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    • 2 months ago
    • Frank van Zomeren

    Giordano Bruno looks a bit gloomy though.

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    • 2 months ago
    • Frank van Zomeren

    Crowded - but lovely.

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    • 2 months ago
    • Paige Portmann

    Can anyone comment on what the orbs of light are that seem to fly up and down without actually being tossed? It may be the perspective from the webcam but they appear to be repeatedly and effortlessly tossed 5-6 stories into the air. Super neat!

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    • 3 months ago
    • %arc

    waow ... no market today... first time I've seen it without it.. any particular reason?
    and a big Thanks... to Rodney for that historical lesson

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    • 3 months ago
    • Lucy

    Rodney - thank you for informing us.


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    • 3 months ago
    • Rodney Hutton

    The people were gathered to recall that The Inquisition stripped Giordano Bruno naked, bound his tongue and burned him alive at the stake in Campo di' Fiori on Feb. 17, 1600, for a stubborn adherence to his then unorthodox beliefs—including the ideas that the universe is infinite and that other solar systems exist. A statue of him is in the center of the Campo di' Fiori.

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    • 3 months ago
    • Lucy

    Some sort of ceremony going on at 17:15 Feb 17 in the square. Many people gathered around the monument, including a group of uniformed children and of course, many speeches.

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    • 5 months ago
    • %arc

    What always seems so strange to me, is according to many Roman I spoke with they do not particularly like their city, is it so different for them leaving there than for us coming to enjoy his unlimiled beauty.
    We just love it more from year to year and found it always harder to leave toward home once vacancy over.

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    • 5 months ago
    • Paul Gibbins

    Wonderful place. Vibrant, lads of local produce, very traditional. Everything a city centre should be.

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    • 6 months ago
    • Joanna Pease

    No market today (29 Nov). Anyone know why?