Piazza Maggiore, Bologna, Italy

Built in medieval Bologna during the 13th century, the Piazza Maggiore is an example of the ideal medieval city square, and it remains one of the most important civic spaces in modern Bologna. The piazza is located at the geographic center of Bologna, and it is well-connected to the surrounding areas, with multiple roads and walkways branching out of the square for easy pedestrian access. It is also adjacent to the smaller Piazza del Nattuno, another central gathering space. Today, the piazza features both important civic buildings and monuments, from the centuries-old Basilica of San Petronio to the central pedestrian platform, which was built less than 100 years ago.

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