Looking up from the Spanish Square, the church on the hillside is St. Trinity, overlooking the Square and the city of Rome. I suggest climbing up the hillside to feel the local customs. The church is built by the French, different from the more common Baroque style in Rome. It belongs to Gothic architecture, which can be seen from a pair of bell towers and windows.
St. Trinity Church in Rome, also known as St. Three Hills Church, is located on the 137 steps of the famous Spanish Square. The church is a Gothic building built by the French. It is different from the common Baroque luxury and delicate feeling in Rome. There are many good murals in the church, as well as the statue of the Virgin Mother, and the Obelisk outside the church is also famous. Overlooking the entire Spanish Square, the film "Roman Holiday" continues to emerge in front of us.
The Church of Three Saints and One is at the top of the steps in Spain. In the photos of countless girls, the church silently acts as the background. Trinity Church was built by Pope Hicks V in 1585. The church has a beige outer wall, with two towers in front and an Egyptian Obelisk in the middle. Compared with the crowded visitors on the steps outside the church, the tranquility inside the Church always makes people feel relaxed.
St. Trinity is just above the steps of the famous Spanish Square, featuring two symmetrical bell towers. This church is one of the five French churches in Rome. It was built around 1500. Many people will sit on the steps of the church and watch the bustling Ponty Mall and the sinking fountain of a broken boat for a sunset.
Santa Trinity Church is located at the top of the famous Spanish steps, so there are many visitors. The Gothic twin towers are also the focus of sightseeing. It is necessary to cross the road when walking through the steps, where traffic is frequent, so we must pay attention to safety when taking pictures.
Climb up the steps in the middle of the Spanish Square and walk over a hundred steps. You can see the bell towers on the left and right sides of the church, together with the steeple in front of the door, which is very religious. The interior is free to visit, you can see that all aspects are well maintained.
Above the steps of Spain is the Church of St. Trinity, built by Louis XII of France to commemorate the conquest of Naples. Compared with the traditional Baroque Church in Rome, this church is slightly primitive. It is said that when Napoleon arrived in Rome, he took all the treasures inside the church and did not return part of them to the church until Louis XVIII. We went in the evening, but the church department could not see it, only a copy of the Egyptian Obelisk erected outside the church.