In a church decorated with lots of New World gold. Sant’ Anna, Genova.
I must admit I don’t remember which palazzo this was. Sorry!
Inside the Jesuit chapel are found 9 bas-relief sculptures by Giambologna.
The University is housed within a magnificent palazzo. I saw this garden in all its glory on a beautiful Saturday in early May.
The views of the port and the city from the garden’s belvedere:
Another of the famous palazzi opened for Rolli Days in Genoa.
Once known as Strada Nuova, this remarkable street in the heart of Genoa is lined with elaborate palazzi. This one caught my eye because of the symmetrical covered balconies it has on either end of the top floor. I’d like to spend an afternoon in such a place!