Wandering in Bologna, the medioeval capital of Emilia Romagna region in north of Italy.
In this photo gallery some shots taken around the old city with the distinctive lengthy porticoes: indeed, Bologna counts more than 53 kilometers of porticoes and worldwide there isn’t another city with this peculiarity.
Bologna is also famous for the oldest university, for its beautiful architecture and, of course, for the typical food.
The shots in this gallery represent some of the most important monuments of the city:
- The fountain of Neptune in the Neptune square
- The deconsacrated church of Santa Lucia, now the Great Hall of University
- The famous Mercanzia Square, the old city market
- The “finestrella”, a small window on the canal of the city
- A player of saxophone outside the house of the italian singer Lucio Dalla
- The courtyard of Archiginnasio Palace
- The two towers, icons of the city of Bologna, Asinelli and Garisenda towers
- Some cityscapes of Bologna taken from the top of the Asinelli tower
- The church of St. Domenico by night.