Genoa: a sightseeing artistic walk

Via Garibaldi in Genoa

An artistic walk through the historic area of Genoa, Via Garibaldi, World Heritage since 2006. It was created in the 16th century as a street of representation, with all rich buildings of the nobility. Just like the building named by Tobia Pallavicino, which contains frescos and gilded rooms in the Baroque style, like it were a small Versailles!

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