Pienza

Originally "Castello di Corsignano", Pienza took its present name in honor of Pope Pius II Piccolomini, who started in the second half of the '400 with the restructuring that was ...
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Sarteano

The keep square and its imposing castle (X century), speaks clearly of the medieval origins of Sarteano, a town that grew up along a ridge rising above the Valdichiana. Sarteano ...
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Val d’Orcia

The Val d'Orcia is a wide and green valley located in Tuscany, in the province of Siena and partly within that of Grosseto, north and east of Mount Amiatae near ...
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Chiusi

The first archaeological evidence consistent date the first settlement in the Iron Age, with rich grave from the eighth century BC The famous Etruscan town of Clevsi, which later became ...
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Chianciano

Surely one of the spas most famous in Italy; however increasingly to the waters, it is probably linked to the presence of a significant human settlement that would constitute a ...
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Montepulciano

The beautiful town, which for its artistic and architectural remains has been called the "Perla del '500', retains its beauty. Going up the steep villages, visitors will discover beautiful palaces ...
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