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Italy in Photos

Photos of Italy taken on Walks in the Cities Towns & Villages of Italia

Welcome to Italy in Photos, where we invite you to delve into the wonderful treasures of Savona: – Savona is a beautiful city located in the Liguria region of northwestern Italy. It is situated on the Mediterranean coast and is the capital of the Province of Savona. The city has a rich history that dates to the Gallo-Roman era, and it has been an important port city since the Middle Ages. Today, Savona is a bustling city that is known for its stunning architecture, beautiful beaches, and delicious cuisine. The city is home to many historic landmarks, including the Renaissance cathedral, which was built in the late 16th century. The cathedral is a stunning example of Renaissance architecture and features beautiful frescoes and sculptures. Another notable landmark is the Palazzo della Rovere, which was built in the 15th century and is now home to the Savona Civic Art Gallery. Savona is also known for its beautiful beaches, which are some of the best in Italy. The beaches are clean and well-maintained, and they offer a wide range of activities for visitors to enjoy. Whether you want to swim, sunbathe, or simply relax and enjoy the beautiful scenery, there is something for everyone in Savona. Finally, no visit to Savona would be complete without sampling some of the city’s delicious cuisine. The city is known for its fresh seafood, which is caught daily by local fishermen. Some of the most popular dishes include spaghetti alle vongole (spaghetti with clams), fritto misto (mixed fried seafood), and farinata (a type of savoury pancake made with chickpea flour).

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Photo Gallery of  Walk 1 –  Piazza Pippo Rebagliati  to Parrocchia Dei Ss. Giovanni Battista E Andrea,  Via A. Mistrangelo
Approximately 1.16 km – 0.72 miles

The walk starts in Piazza Pippo Rebagliati – Via Calata Pietro Sbarbaro – Piazza del Brandale – Via degli Orefici – Vicolo Sacco – Via Pia – Vico del Marmo – Via Ambrogio Aonzo – Via Santa Maria Maggiore – Piazza Sisto IV – Corso Italia – Piazza Sisto IV – Via A. Manzoni – Via Pietro Paleocapa – Via A Ü Fossu – Piazza Armando Diaz – Via A. Mistrangelo – Parrocchia Dei Ss. Giovanni Battista E Andrea,  Via A. Mistrangelo

Photo Gallery of  Walk 2 – Via Pietro Paleocapa to Via Aurelia
Approximately 1.03 km – 0..64 miles

The walk starts in Via Pietro Paleocapa – Via Pia – Vico della Mandorla – Via Ambrogio Aonzo – Piazza Del Duomo – Via Ambrogio Aonzo – Vico della Mandorla – Via Pia – Via Pietro Paleocapa – Piazza dei Consoli – Sant’Andrea Apostolo, Piazza dei Consoli – Via Aurelia – Molo Marinai d’Italia – Via Aurelia

Photo Gallery of  Walk 3 –  Via Calata Pietro Sbarbaro to Corso Giuseppe Mazzini
Approximately 1.65 km – 1.02 miles

The walk starts in Via Calata Pietro Sbarbaro – Corso Giuseppe Mazzini – Via Dante Alighieri – Piazza, Piazzale Eroe dei Due Mondi – Passegiata Walter Tobagi – Piazzale Eroe dei Due Mondi – Corso Giuseppe Mazzini – Via XX Settembre – Corso Giuseppe Mazzini

Photo Gallery of Fortezza del Priamar