Welcome to Campo dei Fiori – the perfect place to spend a relaxing Sunday morning browsing, bartering, buying and brunching! Campo dei Fiori – literally “field of flowers” – was once a meadow, but is now host to a lively market, selling everything from herbs and spices to homewares, fashion items and leather goods. The piazza has a back catalogue as a seat of dissent – and as the site for executions by the Roman Catholic Inquisition, which started in France in the 12th century to combat heresy. Nowadays, Campo dei Fiori has a bohemian feel – with busy cafes and bars on the margins of the bustling market, so you really can shop till you drop!
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Shortlisted for the Writers’ and Artists’ Yearbook’s Centenary New Novel Award.
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