Charles Dickens pisał o Genui:
„It is a place that ‚grows upon you’ every day. There seems to be always something to find out in it. There are the most extraordinary alleys and by-ways to walk about in. You can lose your way (what a comfort that is, when you are idle!) twenty times a day, if you like; and turn up again, under the most unexpected and surprising difficulties. It abounds in the strangest contrasts; things that are picturesque, ugly, mean, magnificent, delightful, and offensive, break upon the view at every turn.„
Czy w ciągu ostatniego stulecia coś się zmieniło?
Corso Andrea Podestà
Terrazzo di Marmo