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Deep in the heart of Parma where once many years ago a Roman Forum stood, is the Piazza Giuseppe Garibaldi. On a wet or dry day this is a very interesting place to walk around, for on one side of the piazza is the Palazzo...More
It is a spacious, sunny, pleasant square, located in the heart of the city, with the statue of its denominator, Garibaldi in front of the Governor's Palace. It is bordered by several impressive buildings, including the Governor's Palace mentioned above, and a neoclassical church, St....More
This square is very definitely the heart of the traditional old city district of Parma, built over where the Roman Forum was originally located. It’s surrounded by lovely classical buildings and has an imposing statue of the man who unified Italy as its focal point.
This is a nice open square in the historical area of Parma. There's a big building to one side with a nice facade, a statue of Garibaldi of course and from here you can explore some of the smaller cobbled lanes.