Clients of taxi became ghosts on this 3D photo. The photo was made on a Piazza Venezia in Rome. The Piazza Venezia is a square in central Rome, Italy. It takes its name from Cardinal Venezia who built the adjacent Palazzo Venezia,
the former embassy of the city of the Republic of Venice. The large sunny Piazza Venezia in the true hub of the city! Almost any bus that you might want to be on will eventually pass through the piazza. It is close to many important tourist sites including the Roman Forum and the Capitol Hill and located almost in the ‘geometric centre’ of Rome. Via del Corso runs a straight arrow course from Piazza del Popolo over a kilometer and a half to finish by pouring its traffic into the northern end of Piazza Venezia. The Corso takes its name from a horserace that finished in the piazza. To see the 3D effects you need 3D Glasses (Red and Blue).