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Fortezza Nuova, Livorno

(2.7/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
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  • We were passing through town and we felt it was a great idea. Already at the entrance to the sign explaining the fortress and the Park is not the best, but cross the dark entry runner with a dim light filtering from fully abandoned and filled with dirt is not a pretty sight. Then uciti from the oxen of the tunnel, you arrive in another area just as ruins where both left and right you are surrounded by crumbling walls, climbing a small flight Finally you get to the Park. From there you can see a piece of town but if you want to tour it's best to look on the ground doing slalom between excrement, litter and at least one syringe. ... would be very little, a couple of lights and a bit of the garden and the visitor (not alone) given that the Park is poorly attended ... wouldn't like in our case disappointed and embittered, please, if the reader has the heart of our beauties ... do something
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  • .. What a disappointment. Inside is a lot left to go, quite dirty and frequented by disreputable people. Another place that probably could be cleaned, restored and enhanced, but we just can't do regalia Too bad
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  • walking along these beautiful shores ... you go back in time, everything seems genuine and beautiful
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  • Exciting place with shade, and a lot to see with a nice view from the wall. The place could use some restoration.
  • Rough place and dirty, full of graffiti and scribblings all over the place. Sad that people can't respect these historical places.
  • Walking the ancient Channels, ending up at this fort in the middle of town - loved it.
  • Nothing there, dirty and gross. Perhaps different when the festivals going on...
  • The place would be nice too, but ruined by tourists and residents. Graffiti and writings on the walls, dirt on the floor, kids who skip school ... Loved that the entrance is free, but still a guard should be hired.
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