About this spot
Campo de' Fiori is probably the oldest market in the city, dating back to the late 19th century when it was at the center of the "vignarole" trade; ladies who came every day from the countryside with their herbs and vegetables, which they often cleaned directly in the square. In the early days, the market was a place almost exclusively for the sale of fruit and vegetables, but over time meat, flowers and fish stalls have been added. Smack in the center of the square rises an imposing bronze statue of Giordano Bruno, a philosopher and Dominican friar who, accused of heresy, was burned alive here on February 17th, 1600.
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