23 Aprile 2019

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San Vivaldo the Jerusalem of Tuscany

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The Sacred Mount of San Vivaldo in Tuscany is one of the sacred mountains spread in northern Italy, which were built between 1500 and 1600, dates back to the period between 1185 and 1280, when the area was in possession of the Friars of the Cross of Normandy is controversial between Castelfiorent...

The caves of Maurizio

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In 2013 the return to the fantasmagoriche Caves of Mauritius ...
The event led by a small group
Of naturalists and local teachers,
Greedy to know more and more about the abyss of the Gambassi hermitage
Brought to light in the shadows of the shady landscape,
The great Room with images and niches,
The sa...

Via Francigena: Stage 8: From San Miniato to Gambassi Terme

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From San Miniato starts a 23.7 km stop that takes less than 6 hours. After an hour of hiking, take a journey of extraordinary beauty along the rolling ridges of Val d'Elsa, scattered with castles, rocks, hospitals, abbey complexes, originated by the Via Francigena passage.

On Sigerico's path you w...

BE GO Benozzo Gozzoli museum

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Benozzo Gozzoli is the "genius loci" of Valdelsa. From San Gimignano in Certaldo to Castelfiorentino, his works were set in the shadow of venerable bell towers and civic structures as ancient and proud as the local people themselves.
Benozzo felt at home in Valdelsa. The people appreciated his pai...

Benestare Park

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Benestare Park is the open area in the municipalities of Gambassi Terme and Montaione, a new concept of park, free from precise territorial delimitations and precisely for this part of the culture and history of the two municipalities.
The park offers some of the itineraries that enhance and allow...

Museum Leonardo da Vinci

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Birth and history of a collectionThe idea of dedicating a museum to Leonardo in his home town was born in 1919 during the celebrations for the fourth centenary of his death, when the Conti Guidi Castle was donated to the Municipal Administration of Vinci.

After restoration of the building over the...
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