Piazza Mincio at Coppede Quarter, Rome

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Coppede Quarter is a hidden district of Rome where Art Nouveau, Art Deco, and many more styles come together in the architecture there, you can see it for yourself in this 360 video.

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  • Video duration: 00:59
  • Video type: 360° monoscopic
  • Audio: Stereo
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  • Bitrate: 29 Mbps
  • Frame rate: 25 fps

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About Coppede Quarter

nbeknownst to the majority of tourists, Rome hides an entire district filled to the brim with architectural wonders not unlike Gaudí’s Barcelona. This quarter is it. A must-see for every fan of architecture, the area was planned and built by Gino Coppedè in the early 20th century. It showcases many beautiful examples of the Art Deco style. On the buildings, you can also see a number of other historical architectural styles though, including ancient Greek, Baroque, and Art Noveau. They are often mixed together, helping create the unique atmosphere of this neighbourhood.