This square is small but a must see to appreciate the history and importance of Pisa. It's a university town then and now, with medieval graffiti and modern. Even in the pouring rain, we found this well worth the time to visit. Go to Pisa Centrale and the walk to the Piazza dei Miracoli taking in The home town of Galileo as you go. This square, 2nd largest in Pisa, was the forum during Roman Times.
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