The aristocratic Renaissance villa at the end of the fifteenth century has been used for many years in the Civic Conservatory now named Claudio Abbado. In the future, a church of the same name and a golf course will be built here. In the Second World War During the period, the building suffered considerable damage.
The architectural style leaning on the rails is quite impactful. It may have been repaired. The outer pillars of the second and third floors are different from the thick and dim tone of the first floor, but make the white appear brighter. This three-story building built during the Renaissance is now a good place to rest, and sometimes small events such as concerts are also held.
Fidenza shopping village adopts the arcade design of northern Italy, the space is absolutely spacious and comfortable. The frequent customers are the most modern and sophisticated urban men and women, so the nearly 100 brands here also try their best to highlight the characteristics of fashion and trends. International big names such as Missioni, Class Roberto Cavalli and Vivienne Westwood are gathered. In addition, there are also many Italian designer brands such as Furla, Simonetta and Diesel.
It's really spectacular, beautiful, and quiet. Less than domestic tourists