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The Piazza della Repubblica is the heart of Orvieto and the site of its city hall, several small restaurants, and Sant'Andrea, a lovely church where Pope Innocent proclaimed the start of one of the Crusades.
Nothing really special about this piazza. And you will undoubtedly wander into it as you walk along the main street in Orvieto. The town hall faces it on one side and the church on another. A few cafes are there as well.
If you are walking around in Orvieto you will wander into the Piazza eventually. Surrounded by shops and restaurants it is pleasant enough and an enjoyable place to stop, take a break and watch the crowds. Nothing overly exciting here but worth a visit.
A fine public square, surrounded by shops and eateries. The round tower is lit at night and is magic to look at. A farmer's market's stalls fill the tower side of the square many days. Always filled with locals and visitors. Watch out for motorbikes,...More
The beauty of the square is inspired by the beautiful Sant'Andrea church, with its curious Roman belltower with twelve sides. Piazza della Repubblica, was the site of the center of the Etruscan city and was the center of civic life. Also now the square is...More
Piazza della Repubblica is a square where the city hall is located. The piazza played the role of the main city square until the time when the cathedral of Orvieto was built as the church of Saint Andrew stood here since the early middle ages...More