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City: Rome
Description: The Piazza Pasquino is a small piazza about 20m from Piazza Navona, behind the Brazilian Embassy. There is a statue named "Pasquino", according to a legend named after a tailor who used to work nearby and had a reputation for complaining. The statue has been used for the past three centuries as a place to hang messages, complaints and other opinions which has to be shared with the neighborhood. The statue is probably an ancient Roman portrait of Hercules.


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