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Very fit(ing) for an art gallery

A delight, with the impressive palazzi to begin with, then taking on a remarkably rural aspect... read more

Reviewed 16 October 2017
logicsticks
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Chiswick
Street lined with palaces

This street was designed by the Dukes of Este to locate the various noble houses. Some of them have... read more

Reviewed 3 October 2017
Zanzibar48
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Perth, Australia
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Corso Ercole, Ferrara, Italy
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Reviewed 16 October 2017

A delight, with the impressive palazzi to begin with, then taking on a remarkably rural aspect. Impressionist painters would have felt very much at home. Having savoured the sights, then turn along the Viale Certosa, to find more peace at the cemetery.

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Reviewed 3 October 2017

This street was designed by the Dukes of Este to locate the various noble houses. Some of them have been converted into art galleries and offices. The Law School of the University of Ferrara is one of these and worth a glance.

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Reviewed 7 June 2017

I highly recommend strolling around this historic thoroughfare if you are an architecture fan. It spreads from the Castello up to the San Cristoforo Charterhouse, in the north limit of the city. Planned as an expansion for the old city, it provides a fine example...More

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Reviewed 2 October 2016

As the "new road" built in the early baroque period as an addition to the medieval city I was expecting it to be a grand boulevard, whereas it's quite a narrow, but elegant, cobbled street. It is bounded by some super renaissance buildings (some of...More

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Reviewed 19 April 2016

Pedestrian-only road which leads northwards from the castle, packed with historical buildings and sites.

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Reviewed 7 April 2016

If you are a walker or a jogger Corso Ecole 1 d'Este is worthwhile because you can link it as a very useful and attractive part of your other activities in this fabulous city. It takes 20-30 minutes to walk this road which goes from...More

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