The Piazza del Campo is one of the greatest medieval squares in Europe.
It is shaped like a shell.
This is where the Palazzo Publico and the Torre del Mangia are.
At 102 meters (334 feet), the bell tower is the city’s second-tallest structure.
When it was built in 1848 it was the exact same height of the Duomo to show that the state and church had equal amounts of power.
Around the edges of the Piazza are a lot of restaurants, where you can sit in the shade, have a plate of pasta and sip on a cold limonata.