Viale Italia, 139, 57127 Livorno LI, Italy
About Terrazza Mascagni
The Mascagni Terrace is one of the most elegant and evocative places in Livorno and is located on the seafront on the edge of Viale Italia. The original nucleus was built starting from the 1920s, but the terrace was considerably extended immediately after the war when it was named after the Livorno composer Pietro Mascagni. Severely damaged over the years by violent storm surges and neglect, at the end of the nineties, the terrace was completely restored
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