There are two screens in the park, and each evening there are two movies shown at what is officially called Notti di cinema a Piazza Vittorio.
This late 19th century park surrounded by beautiful buildings constructed at the same time (known as Umbertan architecture, from King Umberto who reigned in Italy at the time) has been in a long decline. Luckily, keeping it for the evening cinema over the summer helps with the maintenance and security that should be happening year-round – one of the reasons I always support this initiative.
But it’s also a great way to spend an evening – out on this pretty piazza, with cool Roman breezes following hot summer days. I never manage to see…
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