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Attractive square surrounded by architecturally beautiful buildings but the cathedral is without doubt the star of the show. A number of cafes offer refreshment or an opportunity to watch the world go by.
Not to be missed during a visit to Modena.
The old buildings are very beautiful to look at. Special large stone on the square, one thousand years old, from top of it the town management has spoken in the past. The buildings are from the 1100's.
A lovely open space in the heart of this mediaeval city, with views of two beautiful facades of the Duomo. There are also a number of other historic buildings bordering the square. A good place to enjoy the square and do some serious people watching...More
Piazza Grande, the main square surrounding the Cathedral. We were able to admire the church from the south and the tall impressive bell tower, known as the Ghirlandina, at its northeastern end. On the eastern end of the square is the Palazzo Comunale, a 17th-century...More
One member of our group wanted to visit the Museo Lambourghini Modena while the other three wanted to find the balsamic vinegar outlet. We dropped out friend at the Museo and then drove closer into town and parked. As always we took a photo of...More