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Sunrise in Tuscany. A picture is worth a thousand words.
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The multicoloured palette of the Mugello it’s worth seizing every shade. Learn more about Tuscany with our storytelling project
Anghiari, the quintessence of the of the Tuscan hill town. Its history made of battles has turned into a special piece of art painted by Leonardo da Vinci.
This is a street view of San Gimignano.
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This is Monterotondo Marittimo (Grosseto): energy from the heart of the earth.
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the Carmignano wine route: a perfect destination for a one (or more) day getaway full of history, art, good food and wine. http://bit.ly/
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Campocecina, in the Apuan Alps: Carrara’s marble caves, the cities of Carrara and Marina di Carrara and, in the distance, the Tyrrhenian Sea.
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Castle of Poppi, an ancient medieval village situated between Florence and Arezzo, in the Casentino area, mentioned as one of the most beautiful towns in Italy: http://bit.ly/PoppiCastle
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Civitella in Val di Chiana is a beautiful place wounded by the ancient battle of Pieve al Toppo (even Dante spoke about it in the thirteenth canto of Inferno) and by the death of 173 people during World War II.
Life goes on and the village keeps on evolving while looking back to its “Memory Room”.
Populonia, the Etruscan city by the sea in the area of Livorno? A significant part of the ancient town, with its necropolis, calcarenite quarries and industry quarters, is part of the Archaeological Park of Baratti and Populonia: definitely it’s worth a visit! http://bit.ly/Populonia
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Calci or the Valgraziosa area. Take notes of these two places and add them to your “what to see around Pisa” list: http://bit.ly/CalciTown
Fosdinovo and its stories, one for each season. On Tuscany Beautiful Everywhere you can read about its castle and legends that will enchant you… and maybe thrill you.