The market's new digs would make anyone from Calgary (or other Canadian urban centre) cry out in joy if it was built there. It's now the kind of market urban planners love, and in fact the signs on the wall boast of the "eco friendliness" and "sustainability".
Unfortunately, it's also sterile and lifeless and not what an Italian street market is like.
|My Soeby's doesn't look like this|
|A popular cheese shop|
|Ladies shoes & bags|
|Octopus and something ugly|
|Fish, I assume|
Instead we wandered along the Aurelian Wall, city fortifications built in 275 AD...
|Part of the wall. Good stuff behind it, though...|
|Porto San Paolo|
|Not a Protestant place exclusively|
|Cemeteries are photogenic places|
|Nice of them to cut it up|
|Roof bullets and chairs and other stuff for sale|
|A bike shop, Rome style, with lifts to get the bikes to the ground|