Trinita dei Monti
"Trinità dei Monti (also called Santissima Trinità al Monte Pincio, Trinità del Monte, or Holy Trinity on the Pincio Hill) is a Baroque church in Rome. It is best known for its scenographic dominance above the Spanish Steps that descend to the Piazza di Spagna. The church and its area (including the Villa Medici) are the property of the French State." (See Wikipedia.) The church was built from 1723 to 1725. There are 138 steps leading from the Piazza di Spagna (Yes there is a Metro stop by that name.) up to the prominade with its picturesque railing in front of the church. They are the longest and widest steps in Europe and are seen as a meeting place for people from all over the world. The Spanish name of the square, Piazza di Spagna and the name of the steps comes from the nearby Spanish Embassy. However, the construction was paid for by Louis the XV of France.