|Via Pietro Micca|
Turin counts over 18km or 7ml of porticoes that offer shade in the summer and shelter from the rain, the snow and sometimes, the wind in the winter. since the middle ages they have been an integral part of the city's architecture and 12 km/ 4.7ml are continuous!
|Piazza Vittorio with its continuous porticoes leading to the Gran Madre cathedral|
|Piazza Palazzo di Citta': the very first porticoes|
|Via Po, going to the Gran Madre cathedral, October 2016|
|Via Garibaldi near Piazza Statuto, amazing sunset in June|
|Via Po in front of the university historical building|