Historical Tour of Rome’s Via Del Corso

From racetrack to shopping street

Photo by Joshua Newton on Unsplash

Via del Corso is a street in Rome that runs from Piazza Venezia in the south to Piazza del Popolo in the north, located in the ancient Campus Martius or Field of Mars, a flat area of land used in Roman times mainly as an assembly ground for soldiers, horse races, and games, or to celebrate certain festivals such as the Anna Perenna on the…

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