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Frankly, it’s a shitty name. Since all roads lead to Rome, “Via Roma” is a bit unspecific. But just Funny Da Vinci Rembrandt Monej Van Gogh Picasso Dali History Of Art Shirts for cities, so taking villages in the count, the most popular are indeed Calle Mayor, Calle Real, and Calle Iglesia. Some northern cities however changed it during the first leg period in “via/piazza Padania”. I’m actually surprised it’s not Pope John Paul II street that is the most popular. It’s funny because an average polish city doesn’t have any of those. I got curious because the word for field sounded like Poland, so I checked on Wiktionary, and Polanie in polish means field dwellers? Poles call themselves field dwellers? How curious.