1.Piazza San Pietro in the Vatican City.
2.Square located in front of the St. Peter’s Basilica.
3.The square was redesigned and officially named square in 1656 by an Italian architect Gian Lorenzo Bernini.
4.It is a big square with round shape. It has columns with the sculptures of 47 saints, two fountains in the centre of the square and an obelisk. Its style is baroque.
5.It’s the square where the believers in the Pope come to see him and also to visit this square and the basilica. It’s a place of meeting for the religious people.
6.I’ve seen this square many times before but it isn’t similar to the squares that I have seen.
7.It is so big and impressive. You can imagine how it feels when the square is crowdy. It’s really beautiful and, even if you don’t believe, it’s a place that everyone should go.
Marisa Montoya Prades