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This square is a witness of the aggressions that took place during the cold war in Italy. Currently the square has many bars and restaurants where one could enjoy the sun in a cold winter day, or the cool evenings of summer
Nice square, built by Venetians taking also advantage of used Roman marble slabs, it hosts the city hall building, the Palazzo della loggia, the ancient pawn shop (monte dei pegni) and a nice astronomical clock, with two metal automas strkingin the hours (nicknamed by the...More
When we entered the Piazza it was really very cold, so we didn't spend as much time as might have liked to. But this beautiful building, as well as the glorious clock, is worth a visit if you're in the area. Not sure about parking...parking...More