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Piazza dei Martiri, Carpi

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • One of the largest piazzas in Italy. Although devastated by the earthquake in 2011, the town is emerging as a beautifully restored mediavel centre and we hope to returns e day to see t in all its glor...  more »
  • I was born in this city, so I visited this square several times in my youth. It's realy nice, especially because it's close to the traffic and lots of people walk or cycle in.  more »
  • I found Carpi on the map, I didn't hear about it before. I was surprised to found a very important place with dark history for me. this is the place from where about 15,000 jews were sent to camp of A...  more »
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  • A great square. Well taken care of and preserved. Beautiful all the buildings around the square. I had visited the place after the earthquake, today almost all the devastation have disappeared.
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  • A round's worth. The third biggest square of Italy dominated by the castello dei Pio and a nice porch.
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  • Among the largest in Italy. Great glance between duomo palazzo dei Pio and porch.
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  • One of the biggest squares in Italy. Despite the 2012 earthquake ruined in part some historic buildings, reconstruction is restoring the former glory in this wonderful Renaissance artistic heritage.
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