In the heart of the old Roman city, wonderful Piazza Cavour is dominated by the fourteenth-century Torre dell’Angelo (Angel Tower) and encircled by airy arcades dating from following epochs.
The monument to Camillo Benso, Count of Cavour and an important founding father of unified Italy, is situated in the center of Piazza Cavour; the base of the statue depicts two allegorical female figures representing Commerce and Agriculture, which were the two ministries Cavour headed up during the Kingdom of Sardinia.
Every Tuesday and Friday morning Piazza Cavour hosts the city open-air market; in addition, an antique fair is held here on the first Sunday of every month.