Luogo - Architecture

Barriera Cavour

Where Corso Gastone Sozzi, 82, Cesena (Forlì-Cesena)

The demolition of ancient Porta Cervese of Cesena and the construction of this building, in 1864, by Davide Angeli, constitute one of the most important interventions among the many who after Unity of Italy gave the city a look "bourgeois". In this case, the gate which for centuries marked the point where Roman Via del Sale, today Corso Cavour, left the town in the direction of Cervia, was replaced by two Neoclassical halls in Doric style, closed by a robust erased.

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