My reasons for travelling to Italy – Series – Piazza
by Stefania Bufano
Wherever you go in Italy you will mostly always find a piazza in every town, village or city. In fact, in the cities you will usually find more than one.
A piazza is an open public square, usually surrounded by buildings. They are the meeting and gathering place for locals however you will often find visitors there also. There is always something happening in a piazza and they are a great place for people watching.
The Italian piazza is the centre of public life. You’ll often find a bar or cafe and a church or town hall on the main piazza. Many of Italy’s piazze have decorative statues or fountains. Piazze is the plural of piazza.
Although there are many famous piazze around Italy, including Piazza San Marco in Venice, Piazza del Campo in Siena, Piazza Navona in Rome, you will also find that most villages regardless of their size will…
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