Novara. Corso Cavour and Corso Mazzini



Although in the city street plan these two avenues are two separate streets, for those who walk along this wide pedestrian street, it is to all intents and purposes a single and important city thoroughfare. Especially along Corso Mazzini stand some of the city's most important buildings, such as Palazzo Cabrino, erected in the 17th century according to Baroque forms and now housing the City Hall, the 16th-century Palazzo Natta-Isola, seat of the Province and Prefecture, or the church of San Pietro al Rosario.


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