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    Lucca is one of those Tuscan towns you should visit. One of the most beautiful attraction that Lucca can offer to you are its Renaissance-era city walls. The fortified ring of walls around the city, still stands to show you the long story of Lucca. Lucca is located on a plain at the foot of […]

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    Piazzale degli Uffizi, 6 50122 FIRENZE (FI)

    The “Galleria degl Uffizi” is one of the most famous museums in the world given the rich amount of unique artworks and masterpieces conserved within its walls, the majority from the Renaissance period. Located in the heart of Florence, the Uffizi Gallery hosts works of art by great Italian artists such as Botticelli, Giotto, Cimabue, […]

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    Via maria goretti viareggio

    Sorry, this entry is only available in Italian. Trovaci online

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    VIa santa maria goretti viareggio

    In the museum of the Carnival visitors can discover all the secrets and the threats of papier – mâché world. The history of the Carnival of Viareggio is narrated by original documents, sketches, posters and miniatures. At the enter the statue of Burlamacco, the official mask of Viareggio, receives with a smile visitors guiding them […]

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    Via Sant'agostino, 61 55045 PIETRASANTA (LU)

    The MuSA, Museo Virtuale della Scultura e Architettura di Pietrasanta (Virtual Museum of Sculpture and Architecture in Pietrasanta) has been conceived in a twofold dimension: a “real museum space” dimension in Pietrasanta, and a “virtual museum space” dimension on the web. The territory, the quarries, the mining and excavation activities, the processing of the materials, […]

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    San Gimignano

    San Gimignano rises on top of a hill 334m above sea level, clearly visible in the distance with its many towers. Today 13 towers remain of the 72 towers of the fourteenth century, when every well off family built a tower to show its economical power (many of them are still visible in the buildings, […]

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    The city, famous for the extraction and processing of alabaster, has a remarkable historical center of Etruscan origin (of this age remains the Gate Arch, beautifully preserved, the Porta Diana, which preserves the blocks of the jambs; most the city walls, built with cyclopean blocks of local stone; the Acropolis, where there are the foundations […]