Piazza Colombo, located in the little village of Camogli is one of the famous places to host events and festivals. This place ... More
Piazza Colombo, located in the little village of Camogli is one of the famous places to host events and festivals. This place is known to get the people of this village together every year, on the second Sunday in the month of May, for 'The Fish Festival'. The entire square comes alive with fireworks display, dance and religious processions.
This square was built in the first half of the nineteenth century, and is surrounded by imposing buildings on three
sides. The majestic Porta Nuova is a railway station on the remaining side. At the centre is a small ...
The central Piazza Garibaldi is one of the most beautiful squares in the city. It houses the Palazzo del Comune
, a massive brick building with a loggia on the ground floor, designed by Magnani in 1632. The Palazzo ...
Ligurian cuisine is reputed to be the lightest and most perfumed of all Italy's regional specialities by many gourmets. If
you're in Milan, head for Camogli, near the Polytechnic: the menu includes all the classics, extremely well made. Don't ...
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