Italy Piacenza Corso XX Settembre

Via XX Settembre (the Stra Drita) is known for its wrought iron balconies and connect Piazza Duomo and Piazza Cavalli, in fact during the middle age is was use to connect with a straight road the two symbols of political and religious power. It was renamed Via XX Settembre on the memory of the conquest of Rome by the king of Italy in 1870. He is currently the most important shopping street. In the past it was also called the Stra di Urévas (the Goldsmiths' Street) because there were several jewelry shops.