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Piazza XX Settembre, Sulmona
(4.3/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
Piazza XX Settembre is located in Sulmona. Plan your visit to Piazza XX Settembre and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Sulmona trip itinerary planner.
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  • If you are logging in to the square from the course you feel in an arena seen that you find yourself surrounded by buildings in semicircle. If you look you can find on the right a artistic building Ovid. It is the Palace of the Venetian Giovanni dalle Balls and immediately notice the mermaid with two tails, memory of a distant sea. Ovid's behind the façade of the former Jesuit monastery, demolished by the earthquake of 1706, restored and home to the renowned Liceo Classico "Ovidio. You to watch the square, shops and him, the poet Ovid stares thoughtfully at his bronze effigy.
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  • Nice collection piazza XX settembre, where at the Center stands the statue of Ovid's most famous citizen. The corner with the view of the dome and Bell Tower of the Church of the Annunciation are the wonderful theatrical backdrop of urban space, characterized by a refined road surface in cobblestones from the drawing. Bars and shops face on it making it always lively. Not to be missed!
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  • I visited this square in the center of Sulmona, hourly data and time the square was deserted. In any case are very beautiful buildings surrounding the square and, more importantly, the statue in the middle. Recommend the visit at all.
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