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24 Jun 2018
“Good luck finding it!”
10 Feb 2017
“Giant Marble Foot!”
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Reviewed 24 June 2018 via mobile

Like other reviewers we walked past it...TWICE! A little underwhelming for quite a small marble foot. There are much bigger feet across Rome (Capitoiline for example).

Thank darren1991
Reviewed 10 February 2017

You won’t find this in any tourist brochures and you could easily pass by without noticing it, but the Piè di Marmo is one of the Romans’ favorite monuments. A giant marble foot, now on Via di Santo Stefano del Cacco, started life attached to...More

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Reviewed 1 June 2016

Went specially because my daughter wanted to see it... had passed 3 times during the week without even knowing it! Worth passing by only if already in the area.

Thank AJC473
Reviewed 23 July 2015

This is slightly interesting, but not nearly as cool as I thought it would be. Online in different locations it spoke of this giant foot as being the size of a car. It is nowhere near that large. It’s on a small side street and...More

1  Thank Jesse N
Reviewed 21 May 2015

You can find an interesting sculpture of a large sandalled foot (Pie di Marmo) at the intersection of Via del Pie di Marmo and Via Santo Stefano del Cacco, southeast of Pantheon in central Rome. This is an intriguing sculpture fragment that would have belonged...More

Thank BradJill
Reviewed 11 October 2013

Am in love with my city! And very happy to live in this neighborhood .The city center is 7 times the aerea of Florence. Even if it is so big i suggest to walk . Every where you go there is something to see, to...More

3  Thank Amalia P
Reviewed 15 May 2013

Does what it says on the tin! A fabulous foot, but it is still just a statue of a foot! In a nice area with lots of lovely cobbled streets and nice restaurants so not the worst thing going to see it!

2  Thank Juronimo
Reviewed 24 October 2012

Via del Pie di Marmo translates to "Marble Foot Street" -- and that's exactly what you will find on it, a giant, ancient marble foot, clad in a sandal. It's one of the wonderful things about exploring Rome, finding interesting treasures around each corner. The...More

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