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Wedge was constructed approximately 800 years ago on one terrace to wedge shape to the confluence of the rivers Opening and Chalk.
Wedge is characterized gives approximately eight Km of carries to us that they leave they give Via Rome (main way of the historical center), and continue along Nizza Course and other ways of the new city, offering immense center-commercial and an ideal place of encounter.
The more important public square than Wedge is Galimberti public square; it is center of the market of the tuesday that recalls many coming from foreign visitors from all Europe. Wedge conserve the village defended from imposing walls and bastions formed from numerous worthy monuments of famous.
First between all the complex of S. Francisco, with the gotica church and the monastero that today is center of an interesting Civic Museum dedicated to the history and the etnografia.
They can also admire numerous baroque churches, like the Cathedral, the ancient church of the foundation S. Ambrogio, Saint Maria, Croce Saint and Santa Chiara. In the city historical center we can admire you vary palaces between which the Palace of City and the ancient Civic Tower.
In contrada the Mondový (in typical medioevale style) we find many graceful storees of antiquity under you carry to us medieval, nonchŔ the Sinagoga.

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