List of equestrian statues in Italy

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The earliest surviving Renaissance equestrian statue: Equestrian statue of Gattamelata by Donatello, on Piazza del Santo (Padua), 1453

This is a list of equestrian statues in Italy.

Frequently represented persons:

Rome[edit]

Assisi[edit]

Asti[edit]

Bergamo[edit]

Bologna[edit]

Brescia[edit]

Casale Monferrato[edit]

Ferrara[edit]

Fiesole[edit]

Florence[edit]

Genova[edit]

La Spezia[edit]

Livorno[edit]

Lodi[edit]


Milan[edit]

Naples[edit]

Padua[edit]

Perugia[edit]

Piacenza[edit]

Pistoia[edit]

Ponte Gardena[edit]

  • Al Genio del Fascismo by G. Gori, renamed Al Genio del Lavoratore Italiano in 1945, 1938 (destroyed in 1961).


Rovigo[edit]

Savona[edit]

Turin[edit]

Venice[edit]

Verona[edit]

References[edit]