|Palace of Saint George, Genoa, built in 1260, one of the city's oldest architectural landmarks.|
|Some streets in Genoa haven't changed|
much since the Renaissance.
I've seen wider hallways.
|Genoa from the Renaissance to the 19th century.|
|Columbus by Ridolfo Ghirlandaio, 1520|
|Maybe, and probably not. There's certainly no similarities between the two.|
|It's alright, I guess, if you like stripes.|
|Genoa's Lanterna lighthouse, 1543.|
|Royal Palace, Genoa, mostly dates from the 16th-century Baroque era.|
|The "romantic" Genoa as seen by British artists during the 1800s.|
|Genoa's Piazza di Ferrari today.|