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Galleria Cavour has always been landmark for the exclusive shopping in Bologna and beyond. Since 1959, the presence of the major international brands let the Gallery to carve out a place of honor in the world of fashion luxury.
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High fashion stores (Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Bulgari ..) and certainly the highest prices in the city.
for real shopping or just window shopping: Hermes, Luis Vuitton, Dolce e Gabbana, Gucci, La Perla... and walk down the Portico del Pavaglione for more...
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“From the center of the city, reaches the Sanctuary of San Luca, a traditional destination for religious pilgrimages linked to the devotion of the image of the Blessed Virgin. The route offers the opportunity to learn about the Bolognese arcades, candidates for UNESCO World Heritage. The arcade that connects Porta Saragozza to the Sanctuary of the Madonna di San Luca is the longest in the world with its 3.5 km. Consisting of 666 arches, each marked by a progressive number: the first 306 connect Porta Saragozza to the Arco del Meloncello while the last 360 are those located in the hilly stretch from Meloncello to Colle della Guardia. The latter are interspersed with 15 chapels that illustrate the mystery of the rosary. It is possible to reach the Basilica on foot or by express train that leaves from Piazza Maggiore in Bologna.”
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“The Museo d'Arte Moderna di Bologna or MAMbo is a purpose-designed museum of modern and experimental art in Bologna, Italy”
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“Typical food market during day, dining and drinking court during evening, with different kind of restaurants and lot of places to have drinks, also in the back area where people hang out outside bars.”
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“When construction of the massive church that dominates one side of Piazza Maggiorebegan in 1390, it was designed to be even bigger than St. Peter's in Rome, but never quite made it. In fact, it was never finished, and the facade remains incomplete. In the tiny museum at the back of the church, you can see the designs that were submitted for the facade, including those by the great architect Andrea Palladio. The interior, which was finished, is often referred to as the epitome of Gothic architecture in Italy, and each of the side chapels seems like a small church. Look for the strange line cutting across the floor of the nave; it is a meridian line.”
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