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San Marco square

The large piazza San Marco, surrounded by modest buildings of the twentieth century, is the connecting point between ancient and modern city. Here in fact there is a crossway of avenues that connect the Emperor's Castle to the Bisenzio river and to the railway station. At the centre of the square there is, on a grassed space, the imposing work by Henry Moore Square shape with cut (1974) a white Apuane marble sculpture that replaces the fourteenth century San Marco or Florentine gate demolished together with a section of walls between the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth century. Overlooking the square is also the Church of Santa Maria del Giglio.


  • Prato (PO)

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