The square was built in the early 19th century and was ordered by Napoleon, who occupied Turin at the time, but when the square was completed, Napoleon was defeated and exiled. Piazza Vittorio Veneto is one of the largest squares in Europe. It is magnificent. The characteristic of this square is that the ground of the square is not level, but it flows down toward the river. If it rains heavily, the rain will follow the trend. Flowing down to the Po River, this is the most visually striking square I have ever seen in Europe. Every night, the restaurants and cafes around the square will set their tables on the square, which is full of life. Tourists who come here must wait until the sun sets, and it is best to arrange dinner here.
This square is very large with many landmark buildings, tall statues, and many old buildings, giving people a sense of the passing of time.
Vittorio Square is very glorious. The entire square is surrounded by huge buildings. The architectural complex is very distinctive. Many large facilities are also very historic. The ancient buildings here are more than a hundred years old.
The Piazza Vittorio is the largest square in Turin, on both sides of the Po River, surrounded by elegant buildings, with cafes, restaurants and cocktail bars on both sides, a great place to sit and enjoy Turin, watch the passers-by, and enjoy a leisurely drink or meal.
This square is one of the largest squares in Europe, surrounded by typical European buildings.
Piazza Vittorio is an important large square in the urban area of Turin. The square is located on the Po River. To the east of the square is the Victor Emmanuel I Bridge, which connects the eastern part of the city.
Piazza Vittorio Veneto (Piazza Vittorio Veneto) was built in the 19th century and is a square in the center of Turin, next to the Po River and the Church of the Mother of God.