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mercato in Piazza Cavalli

Piazza Cavalli è dal secolo XIII il cuore politico-economico della città e deve il suo nome alle due statue equestri in bronzo dei duchi Farnese che qui si ergono alle spalle dell'imponente mole del Palazzo Pubblico tradizionalmente chiamato Gotico. Sull'antica e affascinante area si affacciano edifici d'epoche diverse come il Palazzo del Governatore (1787), contrapposto al Palazzo Gotico, ed il Palazzo del Collegio dei Mercanti (1676/1697), ora sede del Comune, a lato est del Gotico.

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Copyright: Andrea Biffi
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9200x4600
Uploaded: 04/08/2010
Updated: 23/05/2014
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