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Centro Storico di Albenga, Albenga
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is a medieval town with a historic center featuring many of the original buildings. Walk through the winding alleyways to the shops and restaurants. Flowers and fruit are especially popular produce in the area. Tall stone houses tower over the streets, and there is also an old cathedral featuring impressive frescoes. Check out the archeological and naval museums. Use our Albenga vacation route planner to add Centro Storico di Albenga and other attractions to your Albenga vacation plans.
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  • I would call the historic centre of Albenga as the part of the country better sealing, the periphery is better to avoid it saw little security in giro.nel old town are a number of museums, libraries and restaurants or cafes in the area.
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  • Always beautiful, full of historic churches, visit it is one of the most belli......io always whenever I find myself in Albenga!
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  • Probably among the most beautiful in Italy: towers, churches, the baptistery, cool stamps. In ancient times, when the river Centa had its ancient course testified by the beautiful Ponte di Pontelungo, a Roman bridge with ten arches under which the river just passed until the 13th century, life in Albenga took "one floor below," at the height of the base of the Baptistery. Unfortunately, the inability of municipal authorities and in particular of that led by the "Jester" that today occupies the highest of City Government, I've never managed to prize it as it deserves, leaving him abandoned, without facilitating the establishment of new businesses and leaving a free hand to petty crime that quietly spadroneggerebbe without the continuous efforts of fire fighters, police and carabinieri. Do you think that the proposal to buy a drug-sniffing dog, to be entrusted to the local police, has not been approved by the City Council because this dog had to be purchased from a breeder whose name vaguely recalled the fascist!
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