Piazza Venezia, seems to have become the center of Rome, located very closely to the Piazza di San Marco. In fact, both appear as a result of the construction of the Palazzo Venezia, which is erected in the fifteenth century and next to the Chiesa di San Marcos. Each having its corresponding plaza.
Piazza Venezia is the largest roundabout in Rome and is the link between several important roads such as the Vias dei Fori Imperiali, Corso, Nacionale and Plebiscito among others. The square is located at the foot of the Loma Capitolina and facing the Altar de la Patria, Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II.