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Which lesser known square is Europe's most gorgeous?

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One of my favorite parts of a European city is it's public or market square. There are the obvious ones that spring to mind: Trafalgar Square in London, St Mark's in Venice, Place de la Concorde in Paris to name a few... sooooooooo.... which would be your vote for a hidden gem of a plaza, market, or piazza? Try to think of one that is not quite as well known that you have visited. Please avoid ones that most people could easily identify from a photo such as Brussels' Grand Place or Prague's Castle Square. I'm looking for the lesser known beauties out there ;-)

i cast my vote for the Vrijdagmarkt in the criminally overlooked city of Gent
http://static.panoramio.com/photos/original/69731464.jpg

would love to see what others come back with

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