A collection of City Signposts to take you on a tour of Italian architectural history.
TRULLI OF ALBEROBELLO - ALBEROBELLO
Dry-assembled limestone houses, more than 1,500 buildings concentrated in the Monti and Aja Piccola districts, make up one of the most beautiful villages in Italy.
PIAZZA DEI MIRACOLI - PISA
Defying all architectural rules, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, built in 1173, has stood the test of time.
VELASCA TOWER- MILAN
The Velasca Tower, built between 1955 and 1957 by BBPR, bursts into the Milanese skyline, exemplifying the skyscraper.
TEMPLE OF NEPTUNE - PAESTUM
One of the most spectacular archaeological sites in Italy, unique for its intact discoveries and the marvellous use of colour.
SPAGNOLO PALACE - NAPLES
Built in the 18th century, the style of the palace follows the canons of Neapolitan Baroque, the decorations adhering to the stylistic rules of Rococo.
ELEPHANT FOUNTAIN - CATANIA
The fountain overlooks Piazza del Duomo. Three civilizations are represented in a single monument: Punic, Christian and Egyptian. It expresses the rebirth of Catania after the eruption of Etna.
MILAN CATHEDRAL - MILAN
3,400 statues, 500 years of construction for the largest Gothic complex in Italy: the Milan Cathedral is the third largest Catholic church in the world and the fifth largest in the world including non-Catholic churches.
RIALTO BRIDGE- VENICE
King of all Venetian bridges, a single arch connecting the two banks of the Grand Canal.
COLOSSEUM - ROME
For two thousand years this has been telling an uninterrupted tale of the power and magnificence of the Roman Empire. It is one of the Seven Wonders of the World, a unique historical and archaeological treasure.
SAN PETRONIO AND SANTA MARIA DELLA VITA - BOLOGNA
Bologna, the Learned, the Fat, the Red, but one of its most priceless heritages is its many churches, the most fascinating and important of which are the Basilica of San Petronio and the Dome of Santa Maria Della Vita.
MOLE ANTONELLIANA - TURIN
167.5 metres high, it is the highest masonry construction in Italy. Originally intended to become a public synagogue, it is now home to the National Cinema Museum.
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Details of City Signposts:
made of 300gsm laser-cut paper.
Ø 6 cm
The 12 City Signposts are contained in a small metal box with a screw lid that protects them for storage and allows for gift wrapping if required.
The product is 100% made in Italy.