Roma (Roma) - Because of S.Cosimato reaches the homonymous square of S.Cosimato, defined by nineteenth-century popular buildings.Inside an evocative period building with concierge service, with a characteristic courtyard typical of Trastevere, we offer an interesting property.Located on the fourth floor, overlooking the beautiful square, it enjoys a precious brightness.The internal layout is classic of the area, and includes a living room facing outside, a double bedroom and two bedrooms with a bathroom.The kitchen and a characteristic terrace on the courtyard complete the property.
Piazza San Cosimato is located in the Trastevere district, between Via Roma Libera and Via Luciano Manara.This square takes its name from the Church of San Cosimato, which has existed here since the 10th century. From the 1980s of the 19th century, the so-called San Cosimato neighborhood was born in this area, which literally revolutionized the square, while leaving its characteristic triangular shape and large dimensions, but giving rise to five or six-storey buildings around it. The square also became the seat of an important market, still existing and revolutionized, together with the square, by a series of works that profoundly changed its appearance at the beginning of the 21st century. In Piazza di San Cosimato it is possible to admire the church of the same name, now inserted inside the Nuovo Regina Margherita Hospital. In ancient times the church was part of a monastery, originally Benedictine, which was dedicated to Saints Cosmas and Damian.In 1233 it passed to the Clarisse nuns (Recluse di San Damiano).The facade of the building overlooks the Piazza and is preceded by a vestibule dating back to the XII century, made with reuse materials.
At Piazza San Cosimato there is a very old market, open since the early twentieth century.Many of the vendors still present today respect ancient family traditions, keeping the counter and passing on the craft one generation after another.The scenario of the Market in Piazza San Cosimato represents a perfect insight into the life of Trastevere and time seems to have stopped here.You can buy food or be fascinated by the stories of the various vendors, almost all inhabitants of the district.On Piazza San Cosimato there is a small park for children.The structure, despite its modest size, is very "concentrated" and there are numerous attractions for the little ones.A peculiarity of this park is the presence of many toys donated by the inhabitants of the neighborhood. For the summer of 2018, Piazza San Cosimato has once again become the seat of the "new" Cinema America.In 2014, the intention to bring the film screenings into the historic Piazza di Trastevere had been expressed in order to continue also outside the garrison created inside the historic Cinema America hall with the intention of saving the same from demolition.Traders and residents expressed great enthusiasm for this idea and made the best efforts to bring Cinema America back to the square. Bringing the Cinema to the Piazza represents both a political and cultural event, born to remember the historic Roman theater and the need to make citizens live public squares in an unusual way and enhance the role of aggregation and social growth that they have.