Located on the edges of the historic centre, at the beginning of the monumental Via Garibaldi , this square owes its name to ... More
Piazza Fontane Marose
Located on the edges of the historic centre, at the beginning of the monumental Via Garibaldi , this square owes its name to the rather fierce fountain which collects the waters from the banks of the Luccoli and directs them down to the sea. It was designed to host equestrian tournaments, as dictated by a historic commission by the Republic, but is today a road with several fascinating buildings facing onto it, including the black and white fronted Palazzo Spinola "dei Marmi" , the Palazzo Negrone with its severe eighteenth century façade and the Palazzo Pallavicino, with its luminous, frescoed facade—this latter has been recently restored and is still now inhabited by the prince several days a month.
Palazzo Negrone is really an interesting building.
It's wonderful..search for it..allthough it's very difficult to see it inside ..I was really lucky ! I met personally the Marchese Negrone who was really gentle and kind and showed me the best.
Located midway along the Via Garibaldi , this building outdoes all the other palazzi on the Strada Nuova in terms
of its monumentality and size, occupying a space three times as large as all the rest. It is a ...
The rich vegetation of this green space in the heart of the city once framed the neoclassical villa built there
by the Marquis Di Negro, designed by C. Barabino. This villa was renowned for the international artistic coterie of ...
Built between 1589 and 1595 following Andrea Ceresola's design, in front of the Chiesa di S.Pietro in Banchi , is
one of the most representative buildings of Renaissance Genoa. Nowadays it is used as an exhibition centre. The Genoese ...