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The opening to this wide square, both from the northern side (from the Cathedral) and from the south side (from the "Corso") is breathtaking..together with the castle, dating back to the Renaissance, the square qualifies Carpi city center as one of the most inspiring historical...More
Could have been a nice place if the big buildings facing this huge square were a bit less sloppy and dilapidated. Plenty of young people, plenty of bikers, nice cathedral on the background and sloppiness on the foreground. Hard to understand.
One of the largest piazzas in Italy. Although devastated by the earthquake in 2011, the town is emerging as a beautifully restored mediavel centre and we hope to returns e day to see t in all its glory. The front of the cathedral and the...More
I found Carpi on the map, I didn't hear about it before. I was surprised to found a very important place with dark history for me. this is the place from where about 15,000 jews were sent to camp of Auschwitz, the place about I...More
Sure, it rests on a promontory above the Piave River which flows calmly carving its way through the winding valley of the Dolomites. But this stretch of the river from Belluno to Feltre, a distance of 23 km is home to be best villa-touring-voyeurism ever,...More
As others, it has some interesting historical buildings around (main church is under reconstruction after earthquaqe). On other side there are mostly shops.Few days per week there is an open market full of clothes, some toys, sweets and fruits&vegetables. You can park your car very...More
This is one of the largest piazzas in Italy, - really several piazzas adjoining each other, lined with interesting historic buildings and shops. Of course, as with any piazza, the best attraction is the people.