Via della Conciliazione is a realization of ancient projects about opening the perspective from Tiber to St Peter's, represented continuously for many centuries. It was begun in 1936 and finished in 1950. This construction caused destruction of many interesting examples of architecture. Two rows of obelisks with lamps on the top create a visual effect covering the irregularity of side buildings, so the street seems straight enough. The name comes from the Lateran Treaty concluded between the Vatican and Italian state in February 1929. The "Latern Treaty" in Italian is "Conciliazione".
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