Piazzale Flaminio

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Piazzale Flaminio is a square in Rome just outside the Aurelian Walls, and the starting point of the Via Flaminia. The Porta del Popolo on its south side connects it to the Piazza del Popolo.

The Flaminio-Piazza del Popolo metro station is located here.

On its east side are the neoclassical propylaea to the Villa Borghese, designed by Luigi Canina.

The Piazzale Flaminio is split between the Flaminio and Pinciano quarters.