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Italian Riviera - Savona: Laigueglia, Marconi Square
Liguria, Italy

Laigueglia is a small town on the western coast of the Ligurian Sea, "Riviera di Ponente". The old center of Laigueglia is particulary beautiful for its quiet charme with small Squares in front of the sea. The name of the town comes from the its roman origin: "Aquila" (eagle) that then evolved in "La Aquilia" and later "La Aiguellia". The eagle is the coat of arms of the town and it can be seen in different places like on the floor of "Piazza Marconi", Marconi Square, presented in the 360 photo.

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送信日: 26/05/2012
更新日: 10/04/2014
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