Via Val Trebbia, 16141 Genova GE, Italy
About Val Trebbia
The Trebbia valley is a valley of the Ligurian Apennines formed by the homonymous river, a right tributary of the Po river, which originates at the foot of Mount Prelà, in the metropolitan city of Genoa, and then flows between the provinces of Pavia, limited to a short distance, and Piacenza. The Trebbia valley is formed by the homonymous river that springs from Mount Prelà, about 800 m above sea level, in the municipality of Torriglia. The head of the valley is located near Torriglia.
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The monumental cemetery of Staglieno (in Ligurian Çimiteio de Stagén ) is the largest burial site in Genoa and is one of the most important monumental cemeteries in Europe. There are buried illustrious children of the Ligurian capital and other famous people including one of the fathers of the Italian homeland, Giuseppe Mazzini , the Prime Minister and partisan Ferruccio Parri , the composer of the music of the Italian anthem Michele Novaro , numerous Garibaldini among who Antonio Burlando and
The Edoardo Chiossone Museum of Oriental Art in Genoa, located inside Villetta Di Negro, is one of the most important collections of oriental art in Europe and the most important in Italy. It preserves the entire collection of the painter and engraver Edoardo Chiossone, a native of Arenzano but who, after his youth spent in Florence, spent a good part of his life in Japan, directing the Imperial Paper and Values Workshop. of Tokyo.
Castelletto is a residential district located on the heights overlooking the historic center of Genoa, between the districts Prè , Maddalena, Pretoria, and San Vincenzo to the south, Oregina to the west, and three districts of Val Bisagno to the east. The intensive population of the district took place progressively starting from the nineteenth century when with the urban revolution started on a project by Carlo Barabino the hill was identified as the ideal area for the bourgeois residential di
Le Strade Nuove and the system of the Palazzi dei Rolli is the name of a site included in the World Heritage Site located in the historic center of Genoa. They are a group of streets built by the Genoese aristocracy between the second half of the sixteenth century and the first half of the seventeenth century when the Republic of Genoa was at the height of its maritime and financial power.
Via Garibaldi, with its architectural wealth and imposing buildings, is one of the main streets of Genoa and one of the largest in the historic centre. Originally Strada Maggiore, then Strada Nuova but known until the nineteenth century as Via Aurea (the Golden Street). In 1882 it was renamed in honour of Giuseppe Garibaldi. Since July 2006 it is inscribed in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Site Genoa: the Strade Nuove and the system of the Palazzi dei Rolli.
The Palazzo Doria Tursi was built during the ‘Golden Century of Genoa’ (approx. between 1530 and 1630). It houses the boardrooms of the Mayor, as well as the enlargement of the Palazzo Bianco Gallery. Its monumental halls display famous items, such as the Guarneri del Gesù, the violin which belonged to Paganini, as well as a remarkable exhibition of decorative art pieces, and a collection of official coins, weights and measures from the old Republic of Genoa.
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The Liguria region is a destination recommended both for those who like relaxation and for dynamic people: with its jagged land, its hills, peaks and cliff-hanging villages, is the ideal spot for hiking or bicycling, diving or paragliding, as well as visiting villages rich in history.