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Small Bridge, Via Massari, Mantova, Italy

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Small Bridge in the Via Massari in Mantova. In 2008 the city center of Mantua became an UNESCO world heritage and had been severely damaged by an earthquake in 2012.

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A: Piazza Erbe, Mantova

by Heiner Straesser - derPanoramafotograf.com, 310 meters away

Like in many Italian cities the long and rich history is everywhere in Mantova visible in the houses,...

Piazza Erbe, Mantova

B: Mantova - Piazza delle Erbe

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C: Porto Catena E Lago Inferiore Mantova

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D: Piazza Sordello, Mantova, Italy

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Piazza Sordello, Mantova, Italy

E: Piazza Sordello Mantova Notturna

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Piazza Sordello Mantova Notturna

F: Mantova - Piazza Ducale

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G: Mantova Piazza Sordello

by Remo Framba, 550 meters away

Mantova Piazza Sordello

H: Santa Barbara, Mantova, Italy

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Santa Barbara, Mantova, Italy

I: Piazza S Barbara Mantova

by Remo Framba, 610 meters away

Piazza S Barbara Mantova

J: Lago Inferiore Mantova

by Remo Framba, 610 meters away

Lago Inferiore Mantova

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The area of current Lombardy was settled at least since the 2nd millennium BC, as shown by the archaeological findings of ceramics, arrows, axes and carved stones... continues on wikipedia

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