Piazza Vittorio Veneto

Piazza Vittorio Veneto extends from the end of Via Po, near the river Po, to the Vittorio Emanuele I bridge, that connects the square to the Gran Madre di Dio Church square and the Borgo Po neighbourhood. It covers an area of approximately 39.960 m² (360 meters length per 111 meters width). The square is known as a meeting place for young people, especially since 2006, when the repurposing of the city for the Winter Olympics in Turin turned the square's parking space into pedestrian areas. Many cafes and venues surround the square, attracting crowd s especially during weekends.

The exceptional amplitude of the square facing the Po river

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