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MILLE MIGLIA MUSEUM

Historical archives of the Mille Miglia race are preserved at the museum, which contains about one hundred and thirty thousand documents, the consultation of which is open to researchers and enthusiasts. The museum is not only an archive but...

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PALAZZO LOGGIA

Its construction was begun in 1492 and continued until 1570, with the supervision of a number of architects, such as Palladio and Sansovino. Palazzo Loggia has a large portico with vaulted ceilings, accessed on three sides; enhancing the building is...

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PIAZZA DEL FORO

It was the religious and civilian centre of Brescia in Roman times. In the northern part of the square, in a prominent position, stood the Capitolium, with two rows of lateral porticoes, while the Basilica, which still remains in nearby Labus...

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PIAZZA DELLA LOGGIA

Designed in the Renaissance period and built towards the end of the fifteenth century, the square became important both for its location and for the presence of the Loggia, the city administration headquarters. Around the square, there are...

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PIAZZA DELLA VITTORIA

Designed by the architect Marcello Piacentini and inaugurated in 1932, standing in place of the old medieval quarter knocked down in a major project to restore the city under the new fascist development plan. The square was influenced by the...

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CHURCH OF SAN FRANCESCO

The church of San Francesco was built between the years 1254-1265, with reference to a transitional style between Romanesque and Gothic: evidenced by the façade with gabled finish, the magnificent rose window and marble door. The interior is simple...

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