San Gimignano. This small town is famous for its high towers. The local tyrants in the Middle Ages used to build high towers. There were more than 70 towers in the town during its heyday. Now there are more than ten remaining, but only one Torre Grossa can climb the tower. Visit. Nevertheless, San Gimignano is still known as the "City of Hundred Towers". There are many restaurants and shops around Cathedral Square, and tourists are happy to take a break here. If you want to be quieter, you can turn to a small alley, here and the square seem to be two worlds, empty streets, mottled walls, only flowers still have a little vitality.
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This is a must pass for visiting Florence. Important sights such as the cathedral, baptistery, Giotto's bell tower and so on are all on the square. If you visit this square carefully, it will take a day or more.
Piazza del Duomo is the main square in Catania, Sicily, Italy. Three streets converge here: Via Etnea, Via Giuseppe Garibaldi, and Via Giuseppe Garibaldi on the historical axis of the city. Manuele II Street (via Vittorio Emanuele II).
The view of the square is also very good, you can take a look at the view here
Encountering beauty and art in the cathedral square Today is the cathedral square. I can't sit still on the bus. I just want to get there soon and have a good time. Italy, as we all know, is a very artistic country. I believe that the Cathedral Square will not disappoint us who go for beauty. My travel strategy The Cathedral Square is not too time-consuming, but it can make people want more. A key point is that the focus of most people is beautiful buildings. In the cathedral square, there are a considerable number of exquisite buildings. As the name suggests, the buildings on this square are mostly related to religion. The main church, baptistery, and bell tower are the focal points of our sight. At the first sight of the square, I took out my phone and tried to record myself and the building completely. This is really a test of technology. In the cathedral square, for me, another highlight is the so-called "street art" offered by ordinary people on the square. A local person who is very good at painting, completed the photo with the main church for me on the spot, which can be regarded as making up for my regret that my lack of technology and the failure of taking pictures. This is my first contact with these "ordinary artists", and I am moved by their love, persistence and indifferentness.