One of the most beautiful and unique piazzas in Italy. Outside of the newer part of the city, nothing in Arezzo is flat and this piazza reflects that, it's on a severe grade north to south. The "newest" building on the piazza is the Vasari Loggia, built in the 1500s and most of the others far predate that. All of the buildings are interesting but Santa Maria church on the south west corner is particularly stunning (even tho your looking at the back of the church). We have traveled to Italy at least 25 times and this piazza is one of our favorite spots.
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