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markets and martyrs

markets and martyrs

Campo de' Fiori, Rome

the morning market in Campo de' Fiori carries on a tradition dating back to medieval times...the open space was used for many public events, including executions...the hooded statue is of Giordano Bruno, a philosopher who challenged some of the church's beliefs, and so was burnt alive in this very square

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Guenter Eh28-Jul-2010 21:54
Lively presentation of this famous market and in fact the pick-pockets are an essential part of it! :-)
an nguyen28-Jul-2010 14:17
I love to browse there.
Lamar Nix14-Jul-2010 13:53
Looks like a fun place , but look out for those Roman pick-pockets!
Mairéad14-Jul-2010 11:58
I love wandering around markets like this, especially in a historical setting, which you've
captured perfectly.
Paco López14-Jul-2010 04:54
Excellent capture!! I love the light here, V!
Marcia Colelli14-Jul-2010 00:32
Wonderful capture and thank you for the history. V
Walter O. Koenig13-Jul-2010 22:34
Wonderful shot of this vibrant market scene. What a rich history this square has. Thankfully people are no longer burnt here. "V"
Máire Uí Mhaicín13-Jul-2010 21:59
Opinions that differ can cause great turmoil, but Bruno is still remembered. A fine image and an interesting narrative to accompany it.
Stephanie13-Jul-2010 21:52
This looks like my kind of fun!
Beautiful shot! V
marie-jose wolff13-Jul-2010 21:14
beautiful and busy market square! V
Johnny JAG13-Jul-2010 20:26
Ah yes, some things never change, don't question anothers beliefs!
Doug Cruden13-Jul-2010 20:11
A bustling Roman street scene - nice bit of history as well, thanks David!
John Reynolds13-Jul-2010 17:40
Excellent capture of this market. Shame about Mr. Bruno.
John
veraferia13-Jul-2010 17:29
Lively market! Excellent composition with tipycal buildings in the BG!
Raphael_E13-Jul-2010 16:49
Ahh, Campo dei Fiori... a lot of memories to me ! Great view of this typical and very busy place in Rome ! V.
Jim Coffman13-Jul-2010 15:59
Some much history here. Nice capture,David. V
zyziza13-Jul-2010 15:27
The whole world wants Tuscan sun and tuscan dreams!
v
Gérard Koehl13-Jul-2010 15:20
Superbe scène. V
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