Castelnuovo Val di Cecina

castelnuovo val di cecina - Veduta

Castelnuovo Val di Cecina Castelnuovo Val di Cecina is a hill town easily recognizable by the characteristic shape of a cone of grapes. The municipality has a morphology varied, ranging from the Apennines to the Mediterranean and then get back hills with vineyards and olive groves. The local economy is linked to the exploitation of forests and chestnut woods, grazing […]

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Guardistallo

Guardistallo - Panorama

Guardistallo The strategic location between the sea and the green hills of Guardistallo is the ideal place for a vacation that alternate days of relaxation on the beach to trips into close contact with nature. Born as the Lombard castle, after the dissolution of the feudal and the redistribution of land took place in the agrarian reform Leopoldina (eighteenth century) […]

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Montescudaio

Montescudaio - Panorama

Montescudaio Originally the site of a Benedictine monastery in the Middle Ages Montescudaio town became an important due to its strategic location. Along the "path of memory" are the palaces of noble families, such as Marchionneschi, the Ridolfi and Guerrini, the Church of SS. Annunziata, until you reach the Tower of the Castle Square and Guardiola with the Church of […]

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Monteverdi Marittimo

Monteverdi Marittimo

Monteverdi Marittimo The history of Monteverdi began in 754 with the founding of the Abbey of St. Peter in Palazzuolo by Benedictine monks led by Walfredo Lombard St., considered the founder of the Gherardesca. In the Oratory of the Blessed Sacrament, as well as sculptures of the Sienese school, and a wooden crucifix of the Florentine school, seems to have […]

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Pomarance

Pomarance

Pomarance Documented as early as the tenth century, Pomarance has a Romanesque church with works by local painters and Cristofano Roncalli Cercignani Nicholas (known as Pomarancio). Among the many mansions are reminiscent of the Palace Vicarial, the Praetorian Palace, the Museo Casa Bicocchi, Palazzo Ricci (which displays a collection of ceramics from the sixteenth and seventeenth century) and the Palace […]

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