The Sala Borsa overlooking the Piazza del Nettuno in Bologna, right next to Piazza Maggiore, is a must-go for anyone visiting the city.
Inaugurated in 2001, the Sala Borsa Library is a public media, which aims also to document the contemporary culture of the country. These documentaries are translated in different languages. Here, you can find audio books, newspapers, magazines, maps, videos, and audio cd.
The Sala Borsa is spread over several floors from the basement, where there is a library for children. On the second floor,there is an auditorium, where they set up the urban center devoted to the urban transformation of the city. If we look carefully at the picture, you realize that the squares in the ground are transparent. This will allow visitors to see archaeological finds ranging in time from the Villanova civilization, to the Etruscans and the Romans.
After your visit in the library, you can always make a stop to the Caprarie, and enter by Tamburini, where you can choose from the delicious cuisine of Bologna.
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