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Seggiano

Seggiano

Stone walls, gently sloping hillsides, olive groves and huge forests of beech and chestnut rich with a wild life that can be tasty on the table such as wild boar and deer.
You won't find much written about it in the tour guide books but it makes up a line ....

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Casale Marittimo

Casale Marittimo

Tucked in far enough away from the Costa degli Etruschi to not hear the lapping waves, these little towns are placed on high hills and command incredible views of the soft hills of the Maremma. The Maremma is known for is ample area of fields of grain ---sometimes even compared ....

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Lucca

Lucca

Another great thing about a place like Lucca, is though it is quickly becoming a tourist must see, the Italians have take a rather hands off attitude, and many of the restaurants and shops you find will be catering to the local crowd and their likes. So if you are ....

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Civetella di ValdiChiana

Civetella di ValdiChiana

Civitella, crowning a dominate hill, is one of the best preserved testimony of the many Longobard fortresses built between the 6th and the 7th century which were strategically set to control the whole central Italy. In fact you can still see the characteristic elittical shape of the military settlements in ....

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Montalcino

Montalcino

The name Montalcino first appears in a document of 814 A.D., and comes from the fact that thill where the city is located is covered in oaks, which were know by the name montalcino. The earliest settlements of Montalcino were established under the feudal tutelage of the monks. They spread ....

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