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As you walk down Via Garibaldi - the street of palaces - a UNESCO world heritage site - you will be left awe struck by the beautiful architecture of the palaces here. Imagine the poshest street of Genoa which is desired by the corporate world...More
The 16 th century palaces on the via Garibaldi are stunning. They reflect the wealth and power accumulated through seafaring. Genoa is the mixture of self made millionaire families and their noble offspring. Interesting lesson in economics.
One of the many Palazzi along Via Garibaldi in Genova/Genoa. This one has a striking, ornate façade of bluish stone highlighted with white carvings. Walk through the medieval spiked steel front doors and you will see more amazing detailed moulding on the ceilings and walls....More
One of the most beautiful palaces spread across Corso Garibaldi street.
Classy old building, free entrance and free of charge only for the inner courtyard.
A very beautiful fountain positioned right inside the building, with sculptures and greenery. It couldn't be missed.
Grand Palazzo built in 1563 for one of Genoa's noble families. It passed through many hands over the years. The building yielded some amazing frescoes in 2002 that date back to 1625. It is said that a Genoan painter hired to create these frescoes had...More
What a hidden gem ! A mindblowing Unesco property one can stay overnight in Genoa. Big living room with two large bedrooms apartment in this palazzo. Centrally located along a pedestrian zone in the old part of the city, next to two big art museums,...More