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Amazing spot on top of the mountains dividing Tuscany from Emilia-Romagna, a mystic place with a breathtaking view at less than 1 hour drive. 4x4 cars are suggested.
The most beautiful mountain in the area. 1500 mt above the sea : there in summer you will find cool air, cows and horses running freely . If you love walking there are a lot of signed itineraries . By car you have to walk 30 min to reach the top.
Pratomagno is a group of mountains which rises between Valdarno superiore and Casentino to the north-west of Arezzo. At the peak is the Pratomagno Cross (1.591 m a.l.s.), a monument in iron, red in colour which was inaugurated 15 August, 1928. In 2013 the cross has been restored. An ideal…
The Pratomagno is a mountain range which has the Arno River on both sides: to the west is the upper Valdarno and to the east is the Casentino. It lies north-west of the city of Arezzo, in Tuscany, Italy. Its highest peak has an elevation of 1,592 m.
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“Ristorante L'Acquolina - Via Setteponti Levante, 26. Phone: 055 977497 Fabulous views amidst olive trees. Enjoy homemade pici with wildboar sauce. Starters and steak are excellent! And desserts too”
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“ Dedicated to Saint Peter, is one of the best examples of high Romanesque architecture in Tuscany. ”
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“Owned by Ferragamo family. The small village, the winery, the restaurant and the SPA are a nice place to spend a day. ”
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“Beautiful Natural Reserve along the river Arno with panoramic views and trekking paths, birdwatching and boat excursions”
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“In the evocative architectural complex of the Palazzo dei Conservatori, which was Palazzo del Comune and which saw Piero della Francesca as Town Councilor, there are important collections of paintings from the 4th to the 18th century. The works by Piero della Francesca, born and died in Sansepolcro, are of exceptional interest: the Resurrection, the polyptych of the Madonna della Misericordia, the San Giuliano and the San Lodovico. On display are also works by Raffaellin Dal Colle, Signorelli, Pontormo, Matteo di Giovanni, Santi di Tito, Cantagallina and others; a section in the basement is dedicated to archeology with numerous findings from the Bronze and Iron Ages.”
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