The famous arcaded street connecting Piazza Castello and the river, the backbone of the second extension of the city at the end of the seventeenth century.
A big street full of shops, public buildings, churches, and palaces, today Via Po still looks like it did in the late seventeenth century, when it was designed. Bordered by uniform façades and two continuous arcades, the street creates a unique telescope-like perspective against the backdrop of the Gran Madre di Dio and the hill on one side and the austere background of the Castle on the other.
Information curated by:
Giorgia Senini, Martina Savi, milli paglieri, Staff Landscapefor (2016-2023)