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We took a stroll this morning through the centre, and I was surprised to see how much progress has taken place since I'd last been here. There are new shops, and lots of construction work going on. It was also pretty busy considering it was...More
Interesting only as a reminder of tragedy of the earthquake. All buildings are reinforced with steel or wooden beams, there are some ruins nearby. But in the end it is an empty street/neighbourhood of an empty city center. No people, no tourists, no shops, no...More
Walking along this street gives you a sad feeling, about the destruction which took place in 2009. It was not only destruction of the buildings, but also a big part of the economy. The whole middle class has disappeared. Before 2009 this was a very...More
Corso Vittorio Emanuele II is the main Avenue that traverse the whole city. At the moment I am writing this review, you have mostly 2 different aspects: restored buildings, that brought back the ancient beauty", and some building that are going to be restored. Different...More