Eight/nineteen century's main street

The new seventeenth-century road remained the central axis of the city for 4 centuries, arranging and adjusting the trade on the ground floor and hosting the pedestrian and animal traffic on a perfect pavement and without sidewalks.

In the photo, from the 1920s, you can see the signs painted on the balconies, then replaced by neon lights, and the arrangement of the shop windows, with important superstructures in wood or metal, then accommodated under the arcades

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