By means of Garibaldi is road of the verifiable focus of Genoa, northern Italy, it is outstanding for its antiquated royal residence.
The road goes back to the year 1550.
Initially named as Strada Maggiore, at that point Strada Nuova, just in 1882 its name was committed to Giuseppe Garibaldi. The road is 250 meters in length and 7.5 meters wide.
Since July 2006 Via Garibaldi is engraved in the rundown of UNESCO World Heritage Sites as a major aspect of the arrangement of the Palazzi dei Rolli and Strade Nuove Del Centro Storico of Genoa.
Charles Dickens gave a suggestive depiction of Strada Nuova in his travelog Pictures from Italy.