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Piazza Ariostea, 4 | Ferrara
The ancient and famous elliptical square which every year hosts Ferrara's Palio.
Imagined by Biagio Rossetti to be one of the critical points of "Addizione Erculea", and became famous due to Ferrara's Palio, which takes place every last Sunday of May.
Ariostea Square is a unique square with an oval form, whose name comes from Ludovico Ariosto, whose statue is on top of the column in the center of the square.
All around, you can admire historical building, as Palazzo Massari, headquarters to Modern and Contemporary Art Civic Museums.