It is one of the most mysterious ambiances of Rome. Immediately the reference names evoke interesting meanings. Beginning with the Biscione that defines the snake-like street, the square and the passageway that start at the bottom of Campo de ‘Fiori, to the left, towards Sant’Andrea della Valle.


Via dei Balestrari takes its name from the manufacturers and sellers of crossbows, which are the “felix societas” of Balestrari and Pavesati.

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