Pollenzo's Market of Alberto
About thirty stalls, set up in the historic Venetian square Vittorio Emanuele, exhibit and sell food specialties, Presidia Slow Food and wine producers of Barolo di Serralunga d'Alba. The Alberto Market is inspired by the strong imprint that at Polenzo left Carlo Alberto di Savoia, who wanted to create with the Agency, in the first decades of 800, a state-of-the-art experimentation and promotion center for agriculture. Today, the Pollenzo Agency has been restored and hosts the University of Gastronomic Sciences, Wine Bank, Hotel Agency and Guido Restaurant.
Return to Council the story of the palace in via Adua
Intervention by the Municipal Police
The Bra market moves
The novelties will mainly concern Garibaldi's course, since the ambulances will also occupy the entire route in the stretch of the Ala, which will consequently remain closed to traffic. The move will be more imminent on Friday's market, whose transfer hypothesis will be examined after the Christmas holidays. (Rg)