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Livorno is a port city on the Ligurian Sea on the western coast of Tuscany, Italy. It is the capital of the Province of Livorno, having a population of 158,493 residents in December 2017. The Port is one of the largest seaports both in Italy and the Mediterranean Sea as a whole.
During the 1930s, numerous villas were built on the avenue along the sea in Liberty style on design by Cioni.
In the early 19th century, the first American-born saint, Elizabeth Ann Seton, converted from Protestantism to Catholicism while visiting Italian friends in the city.
The city suffered extensive damage during World War II. Many historic sites and buildings were destroyed by bombs of the Allies preceding their invasion, including the cathedral and Synagogue.
The cities citizens in recent decades have become well known for their left-wing politics. The Italian Communist Party was founded in the city in 1921. Wikipedia
Photo Gallery of Walk – Viale Italia to Via Malta
Approximately 4.01 km – 2.49 miles
The walk starts in Viale Italia – Piazza Sant’jacopo In Acquaviva – Viale Italia – Piazza Mascagni – Viale Italia – Walk back along Viale Italia to Via dei Funaioli – Via della Bassata – Borgo S. Jacopo – Via delle Case Rosse – Parco Villa Mimbelli – Via delle Case Rosse – Via Giuseppe Pietri – Via Beppe Orlandi – Via Malta
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