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Carrara the capital of Marble

Carrara, located in north-western Tuscany near the Ligurian Sea, is considered the world capital of marble. The reputation of the city is linked with its famous marble, known throughout the world since Roman times, so precious to be called "white gold". The name Carrara is also linked to the marble, it is thought to derive from "Carara" = place of the w...
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Island of Elba

The island of Elba in the course of history has been the scene of major events, in fact there is no civilization in the Mediterranean that has not passed from here, leaving its mark. The mythological legends narrate that in Capo Bianco (port Argon) Jason stopped during the search for the Golden Fleece, and, as Virgil wrote in the Aeneid, from there 300 ...
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Manciano the heart of Maremma

Manciano is on top of a hill opened, where you can admire the scenery in every direction: from Talamone to the shores of Montalto di Castro, from Argentario to the islands of Giglio and Montecristo, from Amiata to the valley of the Fiora. The country was inhabited since the prehistoric times, we have evidence from the archaeological excavations carrie...
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Arezzo history and culture

The town lies in the foothills of the Appenines fanning out into the broad fertile river valleys of the Arno, Tiber, Casentino, and Valdichiana. Arezzo is the administrative and economic capital of the large province of the same name, whose economy over the last fifty years has grown rapidly, shifting from agriculture to industry. It is now a major gold...
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Lucca the fortified town

Lucca between the city-states of Tuscany was the only one to have retained its independence until 1847. The nobles from Lucca have protected the freedom of the city, building up a defensive wall (XVI-XVII cent) from the perimeter of 4250 km with 10 bastions and a terraces still partially preserved. Walking in the walled medieval town you can see the...
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Mountain pass Abetone skiing in Tuscany

Passo Abetone owes its fame to the high peaks that make up the crown, at 1388 m altitude, is located in the heart of an area recognized as the most famous ski resort Tuscan-Emilian Apennines. The Abetone's Pyramids can be reached from Pistoia by crossing the highway 66 and then 12. It will be nice even a visit to the Dogana, to Stazione di Posta or at ...
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