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We loved this street in Genoa with its fresh food markets and vegetable stands tucked back behind the street, along with all the quaint clothing shops and cafes where we ate fresh croissants and drank cafe au lait. You must stroll down both sides to...More
I walked a few blocks of this and was very bored. Perhaps I should have given it more of a chance. We sat down for a cottee in an outdoor spot. The people watching was great . I didnt see anyone with bags so I...More
Amazing architecture and beautiful mosaic floors and, oh yeah, not a bad shopping spot. We were looking for some strictly Italian designers that we cannot find in the States and luckily we were successful. And of course they have all the usual stores to shop....More
It is a Grand Avenue, where modern shopping stores, are embedded in old historic buildings. U will find modern stores, in a historical building setting. U look at your feet, and look up, u will see the floors and ceiling of such buildings, are old...More
At number 14 of Via XX Settembre there is Palazzo dei Giganti built in 1906 in Art Nouveau style.
On the façade there are four pairs of telamons (the masculine equivalent of the caryatids) that support four pairs of paired columns.
While walking along this magnificent arched shopping passage, the floors are covered in art as well. From ancient dolphins to intertwining designs... the mosaic tiles are really worth stopping and appreciating