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Brescia is the second largest city by population after Milan in the Lombardy region. It is also known as Leonessa D'Italia for the ten days of resistance to Austria during the Italian Risorgimento of 1849. Of this city, the Roman forum and the Longobard monastic complex of San Salvatore and Santa Giulia have been named World Heritage Site by UNESCO.Visiting Brescia, do not forget the Duomo Vecchio and Nuovo, Piazza del Foro and the Capitolium, the complex of Santa Giulia, Piazza della Loggia and the Brescia Castle. A special praise goes to the enogastronomy of this city, known throughout Italy for its typical local products and pastries at the highest level, and the quaint old town with cobbled streets and shops for shopping.

What to do on holiday in Camping Lake Garda – tips Brescia
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