The Monuments of Genoa
Genoa is a city full of places of extraordinary cultural interest, thanks to one of the largest and most striking historical centers in Europe. There is nothing more fascinating than being led among the mysteries of the Ligurian capital from the narrow "caruggi", a labyrinth of narrow streets that could suddenly open in front of the wide Piazza Banchi with its Loggia dei Mercanti, to the splendid Piazza Sant ' Agostino with its lively majolica, to continue along Via degli Orefici, where you can admire one of the most beautiful portals of the historic center, or get to the Casa di Colombo next to Porta Soprana.
A journey through history ...
In the heart of the city is the splendid Piazza De Ferrari where the Palazzo Ducale stands, the fulcrum of the power of the Doria during the ancient Republic and now a multifaceted cultural center, which offers important exhibition spaces in its most prestigious monumental environments. There is also the Palazzo of the Stock Exchange and, far beyond, the Carlo Felice Theater, behind its neoclassical façade hides a completely renovated building with a scenic space of 574 sqm, 2000 seats and three interacting stages.
Symbol of the faith and opulence of the city, brings in the signs of the transformations that have taken place over the centuries in the Ligurian capital. Behind the black-and-white façade the story goes down in the legend: from the dish that tradition wants to have welcomed the Baptist's head, to the Sacred Cat which is said to be a relics of the Last Supper.
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