Visit to St. Donato Church! Is next to the focacceria that I explains you before and pictures are not allowed inside. I did this one without know this...I'm sorry!
Wonderful church as inside as outside. Interesting!
Well, the first and the ultimate must-see of Genova is its old town, one of the biggest - if not the biggest - in the whole Europe. Let yourself get lost in the labyrinth of narrow streets which will spontaneously carry you centuries away, into the times when young Columbus was exploring them (no wonder he developed such a sense of discovery!) or when Marco Polo was writing his memoirs. A traveller's city? You can say that again!
(The streets and piazzas of the Old Town are so narrow and crooked that there are practically no vantage points to take photos. Shame! This is the best I could manage - a little piazza with the typical ornament of old Genovese houses - the guiding saint on the wall.)
Lying between Porta Soprana and Christopher Columbus' house, this 12th century cloisters standing in a small garden are all that remain of the convent that once stood here.
The innercourts look very nice and you may freely walk in, as it is part of the administration of the city or the district with plenty of offices and bureaus.
This palace was once built in 1565 for a rich banker.
The palace is in Via Garibaldi, opposite of Galeria Palazzo Rosso with plenty of famous works of art by Dürer, Veronese, Van Dyck etc.
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