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Alessandria is located in the Piedmont Region, Italy. Due to the fact that it is one of the most important cities in the area, Alessandria forms its own Province with the same name. The city of Alessandria was founded in 1168 as a free commune through a charter. The population in Alessandria reaches approximately 93.920 inhabitants.

Top Attractions within Alessandria

The Citadel of Alessandria is a great monument of the city, separated from it by the river Tamaro. Built in the 18th century, the citadel functioned as a fortress of defense for the next three centuries, between the State of Savoy, the State of Milan and the Republic of Genoa. Its value has been recognized through its addition to the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Palazzo Ghilini was built in 1733 in Alessandria at the request of the Marquis Tommaso Maria Ghilini. The Piedmont Baroque architectural style of the construction is the one that catches the eye in the first place. The Provincial Council and the Prefecture are the main occupants of the Palazzo today, which can be visited by all those interested in seeing this monument of the past and the modern administrative usage invested in it.

The Marengo Battle Museum is a major part of the culture of Alessandria and of its history. After numerous years of work, the museum was finally opened in 2010 in the Villa Delavo, building located in the area where the battle actually took place. The aim of the museum is the presentation of history, through a modern technique, which focuses less on artifacts and more on the events of the past.

The Church of Santa Maria di Castello is the oldest church in Alessandria and one of the main representations of the religious past of the community. It was built in the 15th century and it is still remarkable through its appearance. The architectural image of the church presents a mixture of several styles, due to the fact that it has parts which have remain from the sites of other churches, such as the cloister and the bell tower.