- street photography
Above suspicion, behind Palazzo Marino there’s a small almost unknown square.
It’s called piazza San Fedele and often people sit on its benches to have a break with a “panzerotto”, an Apulian treat by Luini, one of the most well known street food retailers in Milan.
In 1569 Pellegrino Tibaldi started working at the church after which the square was named, but the building was finished in 1835. In the middle of the square a statue in memory of Alessandro Manzoni highlights how the writer used to assiduously attend this church.
This is an ideal spot for a quick rest, observing people go by. Street photos guaranteed.
Wikipedia: Piazza San Fedele