The Shell Square, also known as the Piazza del Campo, has been the center of Siena since the 14th century and is the soul of Siena. Its unique shell shape is a masterpiece in the history of architecture. Overlooking the heights, the square is a huge shell-shaped fan. It consists of nine parts, representing the nine members of the Siena government
square, as well as many coffee shops, souvenir shops, restaurants and aristocratic apartments. The 11 roads around the square extend to all corners of the city
Siena City Hall Palazzo Pubblico
built at the end of the 13th century, now the city museum, the front of the recession against the square's convex line, is Siena The most brilliant representative of Gothic architecture. The city hall houses exquisite murals, and the front hall has a symbol of the city - the bronze statue of the female wolf
Mangia Tower 8 ohm
boarding can see the city of Siena, 500 multi-level stairs, 102 meters high
The Shell Square is the main square of Siena in central Tuscany, Italy, and one of the largest medieval squares in Europe. There are many souvenir shops next to the Shell Square.
For example, I just walked into this house, it just made me unable to move my legs, a lot of good-looking ceramic decorations, the owner of the store is also very good, seeing me holding the camera and let me take a few more, Finally I picked a small wallet and took it home. The price is not too expensive, about 10 euros.