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Lago Trasimeno

Lago Trasimeno

The area around the lake was conquered by the Romans in the same period as  Perugia. Trasimeno is first noted in Roman history with the struggle of 217 BC, when the army of Hannibal destroyed the legions and 25.000 soldiers died among the hills of Tuoro and the banks of the lake.


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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 of ....

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Montescudaio

Montescudaio

This charming medieval town located uphill in the area known as Val di Cecina, in the province of Pisa, dates back from the 11th century. The name has its origins in Latin, from the word “Scutarius” which means “shield maker” and used to be a family name either in the ....

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Castiglione della Pescaia

Castiglione della Pescaia

Of Roman origins, Castiglione della Pescaia might correspond to ancient “Salebru”, the centre cited by Roman itinerary sources. The medieval village developed around the castle on top of the hill, while the modern part developed along the coast. In the 10th century it underwent Pisa's domination, and it was in ....

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