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With its little port squeezed between colourful houses and the small beach, Boccadasse is the traditional destination of Genoese when they stroll along Corso Italia. A characteristic fisherman's village, which still survives. From Boccadasse, Via Scalinata leads to Cape Santa Chiara, a spectacular viewpoint dominated by Türcke castle, designed by Gino Coppedè in 1903. The Augustinian monastery preserves a remarkable altarpiece (Martyrdom of St Sebastian) from Bergamo.


Boccadasse, Genova GE, Italia

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