Photographer's Note

Italy has thousands of wonderful squares, most of which are in little towns, often unknown to large tourism.
This is Vigevano's wonderful "Piazza Ducale".
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Its plan realized between the 1492 and the 1494, for will of Ludovico il Moro, ancient governor of the Ducato of Milan.
A work of Art that remains, through the several modifications and restructures, intact in the years.

An ornament for the inhabitant therefore like for the visitor that, walking between the 84 columns from the various decorations, between the most prestigious shops where ancient botteghe handicraft used to be, the magic of times lives again passes to you.

A drawing-room of 600 years in a position to accommodate and to receive with the warm of the middle ages colors, the not-understood traveller who never here for.

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Additional Photos by Giorgio Mercuri (giorgimer) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 3429 W: 12 N: 2250] (35017)
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