• Photos
  • Map
  • Streetview
  • Upload

City: Rome
Description: In the Middle Ages pilgrims on their way to St. Peter's had to pass through the Via dei Coronari in order to cross the Tiber at Ponte St. Angelo. The street got its name from the people who sold rosaries to the pilgrims. It follows the ancient road Via Recta which led from what is today Piazza Colonna to the Tiber. Today, several houses dating back to the 15th and 16th century may be seen.


Avg. Rating:4 Star Rating
Currently there are no reviews for this place. Be the first one to review.

Upload Image