68 Sights in Genoa, Italy (with Map and Images)

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1. José Martí

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José Julián Martí Pérez was a Cuban nationalist, poet, philosopher, essayist, journalist, translator, professor, and publisher, who is considered a Cuban national hero because of his role in the liberation of his country from Spain. He was also an important figure in Latin American literature. He was very politically active and is considered an important philosopher and political theorist. Through his writings and political activity, he became a symbol of Cuba's bid for independence from the Spanish Empire in the 19th century, and is referred to as the "Apostle of Cuban Independence". From adolescence, he dedicated his life to the promotion of liberty, political independence for Cuba, and intellectual independence for all Spanish Americans; his death was used as a cry for Cuban independence from Spain by both the Cuban revolutionaries and those Cubans previously reluctant to start a revolt.

Wikipedia: José Martí (EN)

2. Genoa: Le Strade Nuove and the system of the Palazzi dei Rolli

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Genoa: Le Strade Nuove and the system of the Palazzi dei Rolli is a UNESCO World Heritage Site which includes a number of streets and palaces in the center of Genoa, in Northwestern Italy. The Strade Nuove are a group of streets built by the Genoese aristocracy during the expansion of the city at a time when the Republic of Genoa was at the height of its financial and seafaring power. These are Via Giuseppe Garibaldi and Via Balbi, later followed by Via Cairoli. The Palazzi dei Rolli are a group of palaces - most of which also date from the late 16th and early 17th centuries - which were associated to a particular system of ‘public lodging’ in private residences, whereby notable guests on State visit to the Republic were hosted in one of these palaces on behalf of the State.

Wikipedia: Genoa: Le Strade Nuove and the system of the Palazzi dei Rolli (EN)

3. Chiesa di San Pancrazio

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Chiesa di San Pancrazio User:Yoggysot Alessio Sbarbaro / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The church of San Pancrazio is found in central Genoa, in front of the piazza named after the same saint. A church at the site was first linked to the nearby Benedictine Abbey of San Siro in the 11th century. A document from the 16th century notes that the church had been for centuries endowed by prominent Genoese families including the Calvi and Pallavicini. The present layout dates into the 18th century. In 1684, the church was demolished by the bombardment of Genoa by the naval forces of Louis XIV of France. The architect Antonio Maria Ricca designed the present structure. The church was again damaged by aerial bombing during the Second World War. It is now attached to the Sovereign Military Order of Malta as evidenced by the cross above the portal.

Wikipedia: San Pancrazio, Genoa (EN)

4. Villa Rosazza

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Villa Di Negro Rosazza called "dello Scoglietto" or "lo Scoglietto" is a villa in Genoa, located in Piazza Dinegro 3, in the district of San Teodoro, municipality II Center-West. It was built in 1565 for the Doge Ambrogio Di Negro or his son Orazio in an area that, at that time, was outside the city walls, in a panoramic position overlooking the sea. Passed to the Durazzo family, it was remodeled in neoclassical style at the end of the eighteenth century by the architect Tagliafichi. In the nineteenth century, the construction of the Turin-Genoa railway line compromised the integrity of the park and led to the construction of new access ramps to the road level.

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5. Cattedrale di San Lorenzo

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Genoa Cathedral or Metropolitan Cathedral of Saint Lawrence is a Roman Catholic cathedral in the Italian city of Genoa. It is dedicated to Saint Lawrence, and is the seat of the Archbishop of Genoa. The cathedral was consecrated by Pope Gelasius II in 1118 and was built between the twelfth century and the fourteenth century as fundamentally a medieval building, with some later additions. Secondary naves and side covers are of Romanesque style and the main facade is Gothic from the early thirteenth century, while capitals and columns with interior corridors date from the early fourteenth century. The bell tower and dome were built in the sixteenth century.

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6. Galata Museo del Mare

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The Galata - Museo del mare is a maritime museum in the Italian city of Genoa. It is the largest museum of its kind in the Mediterranean area and also one of the most modern in Italy. The museum is located on the grounds of the Porto Antico, in the Palazzo Galata in the Darsena district, where galleys were built in the Republic of Genoa era. It is close to downtown Genoa, the Port of Genoa, and within walking distance of Genova Principe train station and Darsena metro stop. It opened in 2004 as part of Genoa's 2004 European Capital of Culture celebration.

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7. Chiesa di Nostra Signora del Rimedio

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Chiesa di Nostra Signora del Rimedio Alessio Sbarbaro Yoggysot / CC BY-SA 3.0

The church of Nostra Signora del Rimedio is a place of Catholic worship located in the Foce district, in Piazza Gaetano Alimonda, in the municipality of Genoa in the metropolitan city of Genoa. The church is the seat of the homonymous parish of the vicariate of Carignano-Foce of the archdiocese of Genoa. The church is also known by the Genoese with the nickname of the Church of the Angel because from 1712 the building was officiated by a brotherhood, dedicated to the Guardian Angel, who remained there for 84 years.

Wikipedia: Chiesa di Nostra Signora del Rimedio (IT)

8. Chiesa di San Siro

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The Basilica of San Siro, one of the oldest churches in Genoa, Liguria, is a place of Catholic worship located in the homonymous street, in the Maddalena district. Built according to tradition in the fourth century, it was initially dedicated to the twelve apostles; the holy bishop Siro was buried there and became the first cathedral of Genoa. Its parish community is part of the "Centro Ovest" vicariate of the Archdiocese of Genoa. The rich interior is among the most representative of the Genoese Baroque.

Wikipedia: Basilica di San Siro (Genova) (IT)

9. Cappella di San Filippo Neri

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Villa Lomellini Rosan is a noble villa located in the Multedo district, today on the western outskirts of Genoa. For its magnificence and the beauty of its gardens, before the industrial development of the second half of the twentieth century devastated the surrounding area, it was an important point of cultural and landscape reference for this area of the Genoese west. It is located a short distance from the mouth of Varenna, which marks the border between the Pegli district and that of Multedo.

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10. Chiesa di Santa Maria in Passione

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Chiesa di Santa Maria in Passione Davide Papalini / CC BY-SA 3.0

The church of Santa Maria in passion was a religious building in the historic center of Genoa, located in the square of the same name on the hill of Castello, in the Molo district. Closed in the nineteenth century for the laws of suppression of the religious orders issued by the Sabaudo government, the complex including the Church was first transformed into the barracks and finally became the seat of the O. N. M. I. , before being almost completely destroyed during the Second World War.

Wikipedia: Chiesa di Santa Maria in Passione (IT)

11. Chiesa di San Luca

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Chiesa di San Luca Alessio Sbarbaro / CC BY-SA 2.5

The Church of Santa Luca is a Roman Catholic place of worship located in the Piazza Santa Luca, the historic center of Genoa, in the La Maddalena district. His parish community is part of the "Midwest" diocese of the Archdiocese of Genoa. The interiors and artworks of Domenico Piola, Filippo Parodi and Grechetto are among the highest achievements of Genoese baroque style. The vicar has the titles of Provost of St. Luke and Abbot of the Monastery of St. Patronus.

Wikipedia: Chiesa di San Luca (Genova) (IT)

12. Museo della Storia del Genoa

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The Museum of the History of Genoa is the multimedia museum dedicated to the history of Genoa Cricket and Football Club. It belongs to the Genoa 1893 Foundation, a participation body that represents the widespread interests of the supporters of Genoa and the Genoese community, and is located in the San Palazzina Giobatta del Porto Antico of Genoa. The museum was recognized by the Ministry for cultural assets and activities of significant cultural interest.

Wikipedia: Genoa Museum and Store (IT)

13. Chiesa di Santa Maria Immacolata

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Chiesa di Santa Maria Immacolata Alessio Sbarbaro User_talk:Yoggysot / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Basilica and Abbey of Santa Maria Immacolata is a place of Catholic worship located in the district of Castelletto, in via Assarotti, in the municipality of Genoa. It is one of the greatest examples of sacred neo-Renaissance architecture in the Ligurian capital. It was the first church to be dedicated to the Immaculate Conception after Pope Pius IX proclaimed its dogma on December 8, 1854. Its parish community is part of the vicariate of Castelletto.

Wikipedia: Basilica di Santa Maria Immacolata (IT)

14. Palazzo Francesco Balbi Piovera

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The Palazzo Francesco Maria Balbi Piovera is a building located in Via Balbi at number 6 in the historic center of Genoa, inserted on July 13, 2006 in the list among the 42 palaces registered in the Rolli of Genoa that became a UNESCO World Heritage Site on that date. The building, also known as Palazzo Raggio from the name of the shipowner who bought it in the nineteenth century, is now home to the Faculty of Letters of the University of Genoa.

Wikipedia: Palazzo Francesco Maria Balbi Piovera (IT)

15. Chiesa di San Filippo Neri

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San Filippo Neri is a Baroque church on via Lomellini in central Genoa. The order of the Oratory of Saint Philip Neri had arrived in Genoa in 1643, under the sponsorship of the Oratorian and Marchese Camillo Pallavicini who was born in Genoa. Originally housed in the church of San Pancrazio, by 1674 the order began a move to this new site and built their church and chapter house on the site of a former palace of the Lomellino family.

Wikipedia: San Filippo Neri, Genoa (EN)

16. Museo delle culture del mondo

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The Museum of World Cultures is one of the museums of Genoa, opened on the occasion of Genoa European Capital of Culture 2004 inside the D'Albertis castle, the ancient residence of Captain Enrico Alberto d'Albertis on the hill of Montegalletto. Located in the Castelletto district, it hosts cultural events and the permanent exhibition of the collections collected by d'Albertis himself, supplemented by other more recent acquisitions.

Wikipedia: Museo delle culture del mondo (IT)

17. Collezione Wolfson

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The Wolfsoniana is a modern art gallery that is part of the museum complex of the Genoese east, located in via Serra Gropallo 4, in the district of Nervi, includes hundreds of works of art in its permanent exhibition, and welcomes numerous temporary exhibitions every year. The museum was opened to the public in 1999 and included in the "Polo dei Musei e dei Parchi di Nervi" at the behest of its founder Mitchell Wolfson Jr..

Wikipedia: Wolfsoniana (IT)

18. Chiesa di Sant'Anna

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Chiesa di Sant'Anna Davide Papalini / CC BY-SA 3.0

The church of Sant'Anna, with adjoining convent and pharmacy of the Discalced Carmelite fathers, is a place of Catholic worship in the Genoese district of Castelletto. The church, which overlooks a small churchyard paved in pebbles and bricks and surrounded by tall plane trees, with the adjoining Bachernia climb is unexpectedly a place characterized by an atmosphere of other times a few steps from the center of Genoa.

Wikipedia: Chiesa di Sant'Anna (Genova) (IT)

19. Museo d'arte contemporanea Villa Croce

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The Villa Croce Museum of Contemporary Art is a permanent collection of Italian and international contemporary art hosted in a villa in the Carignano quarter of Genoa, northwestern Italy. The villa, donated to the city by the Croce family in 1951, is surrounded by public park with sea views, overhanging the Fiera di Genova exhibition center. It contains more than 3000 works of arts.

Wikipedia: Villa Croce Museum of Contemporary Art (EN)

20. Chiesa di Nostra Signora Assunta e Santa Zita

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The church of Nostra Signora Assunta and Santa Zita is a place of Catholic worship located in the Borgo Pila area in the Foce district, between Via di Santa Zita and Corso Buenos Aires, in the municipality of Genoa in the metropolitan city of Genoa. The church is the seat of the homonymous parish of the vicariate of Albaro of the archdiocese of Genoa.

Wikipedia: Chiesa di Nostra Signora Assunta e Santa Zita (IT)

21. Biosfera

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The Biosphere, commonly known as the Bull of Renzo Piano is a glass and steel structure located in the Old Port of Genoa and built in 2001. The structure, spherical in shape, with a diameter of 20 m, a total weight of 60 t and an exhibition area of about 200 m², is suspended over the sea, at Ponte Spinola, in the immediate vicinity of the aquarium.

Wikipedia: Biosfera (Genova) (IT)

22. Villa Durazzo-Pallavicini

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The Villa Durazzo-Pallavicini is a villa with notable 19th-century park in the English romantic style and a small botanical garden. The villa now houses the Museo di Archeologia Ligure, and is located at Via Pallavicini 13, immediately next to the railway station in Pegli, a suburb of Genoa, Italy. The park and botanical garden are open daily.

Wikipedia: Villa Durazzo-Pallavicini (EN)

23. Chiesa dei Santi Vittore e Carlo

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Santi Vittore e Carlo is a Baroque style church on Via Balbi in central Genoa, Italy. Originally belonging to the Discalced Carmelite Order, the church was constructed in the shape of a Latin Cross between 1629 and 1635 from a design by Bartolomeo Bianco. Designs by Eugenio Durazzo were incorporated in 1743 with the construction of a façade.

Wikipedia: Santi Vittore e Carlo, Genoa (EN)

24. Francesco da Camporosso

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Francesco Maria da Camporosso - born Giovanni Croese - was an Italian Roman Catholic professed religious from the Order of Friars Minor Capuchin. Croese became a beggar in Genoa where he sought alms from people and was at first heckled and assaulted before his reputation for personal holiness spread which prompted people to come and see him.

Wikipedia: Francesco Maria da Camporosso (EN)

25. Chiesa dei Santi Pietro e Bernardo alla Foce

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Chiesa dei Santi Pietro e Bernardo alla Foce Alessio Sbarbaro User_talk:Yoggysot / CC BY-SA 3.0

The church of Saints Peter and Bernard at the Foce is a place of Catholic worship located in the Foce district, between Via Nizza and the underlying Corso Italia promenade, in the municipality of Genoa in the metropolitan city of Genoa. The church is the seat of the homonymous parish of the vicariate of Albaro of the archdiocese of Genoa.

Wikipedia: Chiesa dei Santi Pietro e Bernardo alla Foce (IT)

26. Chiesa dei Santi Pietro e Teresa del Bambin Gesù

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The church of San Pietro Apostolo and Santa Teresa del Bambin Gesù is a place of Catholic worship located in the district of Albaro, in via Francesco Domenico Guerrazzi, in the municipality of Genoa in the metropolitan city of Genoa. The church is the seat of the homonymous parish of the vicariate of Albaro of the archdiocese of Genoa.

Wikipedia: Chiesa dei Santi Pietro e Teresa del Bambin Gesù (IT)

27. San Martino d'Albaro

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The church of San Martino d'Albaro is a place of Catholic worship located in the district of San Martino, between Via Silvio Lagustena and Via Vernazza, in the municipality of Genoa in the metropolitan city of Genoa. The church is the seat of the homonymous parish of the vicariate of San Martino-Valle Sturla of the archdiocese of Genoa.

Wikipedia: Chiesa di San Martino d'Albaro (IT)

28. Chiesa di Nostra Signora del Carmine e Sant'Agnese

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The Church of Nostra Signora del Carmine e Sant 'Agnese is a historic church in Genoa, Italy. It is located in the Carmine district of via Brignole De Ferrari, not far from the central via Balbi; his parish community is part of the "Midwest" diocese of the Archdiocese of Genoa. Dean of N. S. Del Cami has the title of abbot.

Wikipedia: Chiesa di Nostra Signora del Carmine e Sant'Agnese (IT)

29. Chiesa di Santa Maria del Prato

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The church of Santa Maria del Prato is a place of Catholic worship located in the district of Albaro, in via Giuseppe Parini, in the municipality of Genoa in the metropolitan city of Genoa. The building is located on the corner with Piazza Giacomo Leopardi, a short distance from the parish church of San Francesco d'Albaro.

Wikipedia: Chiesa di Santa Maria del Prato (Genova) (IT)

30. Torre degli Embriaci

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The Torre Embriaci, also called Torre degli Embriaci, located in the oldest area of Genoa, where the Castello o Castrum stood. It is the only one of the numerous towers that were located in the current historic center of Genoa to have been spared by the edict of 1196 which wanted to cut all the city towers to 80 palms.

Wikipedia: Embriaci Tower (EN)

31. Chiesa di San Rocco di Vernazza

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The church of San Rocco di Vernazza is a place of Catholic worship in the municipality of Genoa, located in Via del Sole, in the locality of Vernazza, which is part of the Borgoratti district. The church is the seat of the homonymous parish of the vicariate of San Martino-Valle Sturla of the archdiocese of Genoa.

Wikipedia: Chiesa di San Rocco di Vernazza (IT)

32. Chiesa di San Bernardino

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The church of Our Lady of Lourdes and San Bernardo - also known as the church of San Bernardino - is a religious building in Genoa, Italy. It is located uphill upper San Rocchino and is part of the vicariate of Castelletto. The building is home to the mother house of the Capuchin friars of the Ligurian Province.

Wikipedia: Chiesa di Nostra Signora di Lourdes e San Bernardo (IT)

33. Forte San Giuliano

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Forte San Giuliano is a fort on the coast in the Genoese district of Albaro, between Punta Vagno and the small promontory of San Giuliano, not far from the abbey of the same name. With the Vagno Battery it formed a front to protect the coast east of Genoa against possible enemy landings or naval bombardments.

Wikipedia: Forte San Giuliano (IT)

34. Chiesa di Sant'Erasmo

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The church of Nostra Signora della Mercede e Sant'Erasmo is a place of Catholic worship located in the district of Nervi, in Capolungo, in the municipality of Genoa in the metropolitan city of Genoa. The church is the seat of the homonymous parish of the vicariate of Nervi-Quinto of the archdiocese of Genoa.

Wikipedia: Chiesa di Nostra Signora della Mercede e Sant'Erasmo (IT)

35. Parrocchia di Santa Maria dei Servi

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The church of Santa Maria dei Servi is a place of Catholic worship located in the Foce district, in Largo Santa Maria dei Servi, in the municipality of Genoa in the metropolitan city of Genoa. The church is home to the parish of the same name of the vicariate of Carignano-Phoce of the Archdiocese of Genoa.

Wikipedia: Chiesa di Santa Maria dei Servi (Genova) (IT)

36. Chiesa dei Diecimila Martiri Crocefissi

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The church of Diecimila Martiri Crocifissi is a place of Catholic worship located in the district of San Fruttuoso, in via Canevari, in the municipality of Genoa in the metropolitan city of Genoa. The church is the seat of the homonymous parish of the vicariate of San Fruttuoso of the archdiocese of Genoa.

Wikipedia: Chiesa dei Diecimila Martiri Crocifissi (IT)

37. Basilica Santa Maria delle Vigne

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Basilica Santa Maria delle Vigne Alessio Sbarbaro User_talk:Yoggysot / CC BY-SA 3.0

Santa Maria delle Vigne is a Roman Catholic basilica church in Genoa, Italy. It was built in the 10th century. The main altar was completed in 1730 by Giacomo Antonio Ponsonelli. The church is also the final resting place of the leading early Italian composer Alessandro Stradella, who was murdered in 1682.

Wikipedia: Santa Maria delle Vigne (EN)

38. Villa Centurione Doria

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Villa Doria Centurione is a historic noble residence in the municipality of Genoa. It is located in Pegli, a residential district of the west of the city. The building, a typical example of pre-Alessian mannerist architecture, now owned by the municipality of Genoa, is home to the naval museum of Pegli.

Wikipedia: Villa Doria Centurione (IT)

39. San Fruttuoso

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The church of San Fruttuoso is a place of Catholic worship located in the district of San Fruttuoso, in Piazza Giovanni Martinez, in the municipality of Genoa in the metropolitan city of Genoa. The church is the seat of the homonymous parish of the vicariate of San Fruttuoso of the archdiocese of Genoa.

Wikipedia: Chiesa di San Fruttuoso (Genova) (IT)

40. Chiesa parrocchiale di Nostra Signora del Rosario

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The church of Our Lady of the Rosary is a place of Catholic worship located in the district of Albaro, in via Carlo e Nello Rosselli, in the municipality of Genoa in the metropolitan city of Genoa. The church is the seat of the homonymous parish of the vicariate of Albaro of the archdiocese of Genoa.

Wikipedia: Chiesa di Nostra Signora del Rosario (Genova) (IT)

41. Chiesa plebana di San Siro

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The plebeian church of San Siro is a place of Catholic worship located in the district of Nervi, in via Camillo Campostano, in the municipality of Genoa in the metropolitan city of Genoa. The church is the seat of the homonymous parish of the vicariate of Nervi-Quinto of the archdiocese of Genoa.

Wikipedia: Chiesa di San Siro di Nervi (IT)

42. Castello D'Albertis

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The Castello d'Albertis, or D'Albertis Castle is a historical residence in Genoa, north-western Italy. It was the home of sea captain Enrico Alberto d'Albertis, and was donated to the city of Genoa on his death in 1932. It currently houses the Museo delle Culture del Mondo, inaugurated in 2004.

Wikipedia: D'Albertis Castle (EN)

43. Chiesa di San Francesco d'Albaro

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The Church of San Francesco d 'Albaro is a Roman Catholic place of worship in via Albaro near Genoa. The church is the site of Santi Nazario and Celso of Albaro Diocese of Genoa Archdiocese and the Diocese of San Francesco d' Albaro, and is administered by the little monks of the monastery.

Wikipedia: Chiesa di San Francesco d'Albaro (IT)

44. Chiesa di Santa Maria di Castello

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Chiesa di Santa Maria di Castello Davide Papalini / CC BY-SA 3.0

Santa Maria di Castello is a church and religious complex in Genoa, Italy. Administrated for a long time by the Dominicans, it is located in the Castello hill of the city, where in the Middle Ages a bishop's fortified castle existed. The church is flanked by the large Tower of the Embriaci.

Wikipedia: Santa Maria di Castello (EN)

45. Chiesa di Sant'Ilario

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Chiesa di Sant'Ilario Davide Papalini / CC BY-SA 3.0

The church of Sant'Ilario is a place of Catholic worship located in the district of Sant'Ilario, in via Sant'Ilario, in the municipality of Genoa in the metropolitan city of Genoa. The church is the seat of the homonymous parish of the vicariate of Nervi-Quinto of the archdiocese of Genoa.

Wikipedia: Chiesa di Sant'Ilario (Genova) (IT)

46. Chiesa di Santa Sabina

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The church of Santa Sabina is a place of Catholic worship located in the district of San Fruttuoso, in via Donghi, in the municipality of Genoa in the metropolitan city of Genoa. The church is the seat of the homonymous parish of the vicariate of San Fruttuoso of the archdiocese of Genoa.

Wikipedia: Chiesa di Santa Sabina (Genova) (IT)

47. Chiesa di Sant'Antonio in Boccadasse

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Sant 'Antonio Church in Boccadasse is a Roman Catholic place of worship located in Belvedere Firpo in the village of Boccadasse. Its parish community is part of the parish of Albaro in the archdiocese of Genoa. It is the only parish church in Genoa named after the Padua saint.

Wikipedia: Chiesa di Sant'Antonio in Boccadasse (IT)

48. Chiesa del Gesù e dei Santi Ambrogio e Andrea

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Chiesa del Gesù e dei Santi Ambrogio e Andrea José Luiz / CC BY-SA 3.0

The church of the Gesù di Genova is located in the city center, in Piazza Matteotti, adjacent to Piazza De Ferrari. Ruled by the Jesuits since the sixteenth century, the rich interiors contain works by Rubens, Reni, and the greatest authors of the Genoese Baroque.

Wikipedia: Chiesa del Gesù e dei Santi Ambrogio e Andrea (IT)

49. Museo Giannettino Luxoro

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The Giannettino Luxoro Museum is a museum structure that is part of the Nervi Polo. It is based in Villa Luxoro, in via Mafalda di Savoia 3, in the heart of the municipal park of the Genoa delegation. The museum has been "temporarily" closed for several years.

Wikipedia: Museo Giannettino Luxoro (IT)

50. Chiesa di San Giovanni Bosco e San Gaetano

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The San Giovanni Bosco e San Gaetano Church, commonly known as the San Gaetano Church, is a Roman Catholic building in the Sampierdarena district of Genoa. Its diocesan community is part of the diocese of Sampier Darena in the Archdiocese of Genoa.

Wikipedia: Chiesa di San Giovanni Bosco e San Gaetano (IT)

51. Casa del Boia

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The house of the Executioner, also called Agrippa's house, is a building in the historic center of Genoa dating back to the eleventh or twelfth century, located in the Molo district, at the eastern end of Piazza Cavour, in front of the fish market.

Wikipedia: Casa del boia (Genova) (IT)

52. Giardino botanico Clelia Durazzo Grimaldi

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Giardino botanico Clelia Durazzo Grimaldi Daderot. / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Giardino botanico Clelia Durazzo Grimaldi is a small botanical garden located on the grounds of the Villa Durazzo-Pallavicini in Pegli, a suburb of Genoa, Italy. It is a part of the romantic historical park made by Ignazio Pallavicini in 1846.

Wikipedia: Giardino botanico Clelia Durazzo Grimaldi (EN)

53. Arco ai Caduti

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The Arco della Vittoria, also known as Monumento ai Caduti or Arco dei Caduti, is a memorial arch located in Piazza della Vittoria in Genoa, Italy. It is dedicated to the Genoese who died during World War I, and it was inaugurated on 31 May 1931.

Wikipedia: Arco della Vittoria (EN)

54. Villa del Principe

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The Villa del Principe, Palazzo del Principe, or even Palazzo di Andrea Doria in Fassolo is one of the main historic villas of Genoa, built in the sixteenth century in an area that, at the time of its construction, was outside the city walls.

Wikipedia: Villa del Principe (IT)

55. Chiesa del Sacro Cuore e San Giacomo

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The Church of the Sacred Heart and San Giacomo di Carignano is a religious building in the Carignano district of Genoa, located in via Jacopo Ruffini; Its diocesan community is part of the "Carignano-Foce" diocese of the Archdiocese of Genoa.

Wikipedia: Chiesa del Sacro Cuore e San Giacomo di Carignano (IT)

56. Porta Soprana

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The Soprana or Porta di Sant'Andrea door was one of the entrance doors to the city of Genoa. Among the main medieval stone architecture of the Ligurian capital, it is located on the top of the Sant'Andrea plan, from which it takes its name.

Wikipedia: Porta Soprana (IT)

57. Chiesa di Santa Maria della Cella

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The church of Santa Maria della Cella is a Catholic religious building in the Genoese district of Sampierdarena, seat of the parish of "Santa Maria della Cella e San Martino" and the vicariate of Sampierdarena of the archdiocese of Genoa.

Wikipedia: Chiesa di Santa Maria della Cella (IT)

58. Chiesa di San Teodoro

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The church of San Teodoro, from which the homonymous district takes its name, was one of the oldest churches in Genoa, but for urban reasons it was demolished in the nineteenth century and rebuilt on a site not far from the original one.

Wikipedia: Chiesa di San Teodoro (Genova) (IT)

59. Basilica di Santa Maria Assunta di Carignano

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Santa Maria Assunta is a Renaissance church in Genoa, Italy. It is located in a residential sector called Carignano located on the hills just above the city center, thus the church is also known as Santa Maria Assunta di Carignano.

Wikipedia: Santa Maria Assunta, Genoa (EN)

60. Palazzo Embriaci

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Palazzo Giulio Sale, also known as Palazzo Brignole Sale, is a building located in Piazza Embriaci at number 5 in the historic center of Genoa. The building was included in the list of palaces registered in the Rolli of Genoa.

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61. Chiesa di San Bartolomeo di Promontorio

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The church of San Bartolomeo Apostolo is a Catholic religious building in Promotorio, a town in the Genoese district of Sampierdarena. Its parish community is part of the vicariate of Sampierdarena of the archdiocese of Genoa.

Wikipedia: Chiesa di San Bartolomeo di Promontorio (IT)

62. Chiesa di Santa Croce e San Camillo de Lellis

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Chiesa di Santa Croce e San Camillo de Lellis Alessio Sbarbaro User_talk:Yoggysot / CC BY-SA 3.0

The church of Santa Croce and San Camillo de Lellis is a religious building present in the city center of Genoa, in the Portoria district, a few tens of meters from the city court and the managerial area of Piazza Piccapietra.

Wikipedia: Chiesa di Santa Croce e San Camillo de Lellis (IT)

63. Chiesa di Santa Maria in Via Lata

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Chiesa di Santa Maria in Via Lata Alessio Sbarbaro User:Yoggysot / CC BY-SA 3.0

The church of Santa Maria in Via Lata, formerly an abbey of the Fieschi family, is a former religious building in Genoa, located in the homonymous climb in the Carignano district. It currently houses a restoration laboratory.

Wikipedia: Chiesa di Santa Maria in Via Lata (Genova) (IT)

64. Forte Belvedere

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Forte Belvedere is a fortified work, of which today there are still several testimonies, which was part of the detached defensive fortifications of Genoa, located on the hill of the same name, on the heights of Sampierdarena.

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65. San Torpete

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San Torpete Alessio Sbarbaro User_talk:Yoggysot / CC BY-SA 3.0

San Torpete is a church in central Genoa, northern Italy, dedicated to Saint Torpes. It was founded in the 11th century by local merchants. It was rebuilt in 1730 under designs conceived by Giovanni Antonio Ricca.

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66. Raccolte Frugone

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Raccolte Frugone Alessio Sbarbaro / CC BY-SA 2.5

Collected Frugone is a museum structure that is part of the Nervi Polo. It is located in the eighteenth -century Villa Grimaldi Fassio, in via Capolungo 9, inside the municipal park of the Genoa delegation.

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67. Teatro della Tosse

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Teatro della Tosse is a theatre company founded in Genoa in 1975. With the same name is identified par excellence the theater where it resides and produces its shows, the former Teatro di Sant'Agostino.

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68. Parrocchia di San Paolo

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The church of San Paolo is a religious building in Genoa, in the district of Castelletto in via Acquarone, and its parish community is part of the vicariate of Castelletto of the Archdiocese of Genoa.

Wikipedia: Chiesa di San Paolo (Genova) (IT)

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