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Reviewed April 7, 2018

On Via XX Settembre, before Santa Susana street is located this square-Piazza San Bernardo. There are few churches around and the fountain of Moses. Worth going there.

Thank Jivko V
Reviewed February 17, 2018

That is dominated by the roads the converge on to it. However, its surrounds are of note, with the Fountain of Moses, and the church Santa Maria della Vittoria, for lovers of the Dan Brown novels you can see Bernini's "Ecstasy of Teresa" depicted in...More

Thank JnVSydney
Reviewed November 2, 2017

First thing you notice is the fountsin of Moses with its four lions. To the left is the important S.Maria Della Victoria a must see with Bernini statue. Then there is Santa Susana and lastly San Bernardo alle Terme. Try to see all three but...More

Thank Chinapjs
Reviewed July 30, 2017 via mobile

Nice location that, if you're walking around, you'll be sure to pass through. It's not somewhere specific to head to though.

Thank Richard F
Reviewed June 27, 2017

Piazza San Bernardo is a busy small piazza with the prominent structure at one side standing as marker, the fountain of Moses. In this place is where three churches stand around the piazza. It forms the junction of three Rione or districts of Rome, and...More

Thank MijnlieverdFH
Reviewed December 29, 2016 via mobile

Since we were staying in via Settembre we had to cross this square every time we went to or came back from Piazza Venezia. There is nothing special about the square. The church, which was closed, is the centre piece of the piazza. Lot of...More

Thank Dhiraj H
Reviewed December 6, 2015

However on the outer sides of this Piazza holds several churches that are definitely should be visited. Such as the Santa Maria della Vittoria which contains the Ecstasy of Saint Teresa.

Thank JimmyJackk
Reviewed October 11, 2015

The piazza itself is nothing special, it is more like a traffic circle than anything else. However off the piazza is the Santa Maria della Vittorio church, which is on the corner with via Vendi Settembre. Across from that is the Fontana dell'Aqua Felice, the...More

Thank bob2bkk
Reviewed July 26, 2015

On our walk back to our hotel after dinner, we passed by this huge fountain beautifully lit up at night. Of course I had to find out more about it and its significance. The 7 rows of Latin at the top states that Pope Sixtus...More

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Reviewed May 10, 2015

Piazza San Bernardo is a small, traffic filled piazza along Via XX Settembre. Normally there wouldn't be much reason to target a place like this. However, this is where you find Santa Maria della Vittoria and Bernini's masterpiece 'Ecstasy of St. Teresa' sculpture, highlights of...More

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take a selfie. Clever restaurants, charming
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