As promised, today's photo features Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II. There's not much to it beyond what you can see right here in the photo, it's quite small. The piazza is completely fenced, all the way around, and is furnished with a locked gate, a guard and a small guardhouse. The guard locks and unlocks the gates at certain times and generally lurks around keeping his turf clean and free of potential delinquents.
I rarely ever actually see anyone inside this square. Maybe all the fencing and locks are a bit off-putting...
Beyond the park, you can see a lovely rooftop garden above an old print shop, or "tipografia."
Benches on the hill
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