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Piazza della Liberta, Macerata
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  • Is the main square in Macerata and meeting point for all residents and students, several locals on both sides, the theater and the Planetarium on the other and then the University down.
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  • Piazza della Liberta ' is the Centre and the lounge of the city, overlooked by some of the main buildings. The 17th-century town hall, next to the beautiful Loggia dei Mercanti with its portico with three arches and high lodge built between 1504 and 1505 by order of Alessandro Farnese, future Pope Paul III. Above the 64 meters high Square Tower, completed in the 17th century, from whose Summit can be reached via an internal staircase, you can enjoy a wonderful view over the rooftops of the city and the surrounding landscape. Under the Tower there is the Teatro Lauro Rossi, inaugurated in 1774, with bell-shaped room with three tiers of boxes, adorned with paintings and decorations in blue and gold hues, late Baroque style in vogue at the time. Next to the Church of San Paolo with his crude 17th century terracotta facade is one of the venues of the University one of the oldest in Italy dating back to 1540.Vi is the Faculty of law, where it is possible to visit the great Hall and the old library.
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  • You have to walk through the city up to the square. After a deadly ramps, you will take you and it will be well worth the effort. It is a small cozy place, surround it the University of law, some porches with cafes and shops,... in short, very nice clock tower. At Christmas they placed several huge Christmas trees. To my I love this square one Sunday a month they do market of old vinyls and every Wednesday there is a flea market.
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