Upper town of Bergamo

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The upper town of Bergamo, encircled by high walls during the Venetian domination, provides visitors with many hours of interesting walks. Those arriving by cable car will arrive at the picturesque Piazza el Mercato delle Scarpe, before heading to Piazza Vecchia, Palazzo della Ragione (a palace rebuilt in the 16C), and the Palazzo Scamozziano, Piazza del Duomo or the 15C Cappella Colleoni. The avenue that runs alongside the ramparts commands a fine view.

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Piazza Vecchia
Piazza Vecchia
Piazza Vecchia represents the political
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Palazzo de la Ragione (Palace of Reason)
Palazzo de la Ragione (Palace of Reason)
Built in 1199, this is Italy's oldest
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Bergamo Cathedral
Bergamo Cathedral
Dedicated to the town's patron saint,
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Battistero (Baptistère)
Battistero (Baptistère)
Crowned by statues, this charming
Bergamo's Cathedral Square
Bergamo's Cathedral Square
Separated from the Piazza Vecchia by the
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Colleoni chapel
Colleoni chapel
Built between 1470-1476 by Amadeo this
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Piazza Vecchia
Piazza Vecchia
Piazza Vecchia represents the political
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Palazzo de la Ragione (Palace of Reason)
Palazzo de la Ragione (Palace of Reason)
Built in 1199, this is Italy's oldest
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Bergamo Cathedral
Bergamo Cathedral
Dedicated to the town's patron saint,
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See all