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Giotto’s house


Located on the hill of Vespignano, Giotto’s house has undergone several changes during the centuries: a first repair in 1840 and several other towards the end of the century have altered its original appearance, enriching it with stone panels on the windows and a Gothic main door. After 1919 earthquake, that partially destroyed it, Giotto’s house was restored in 1967 by the Superintendency of Monuments. The “new” Giotto’s house is not a museum, it’s a meeting space and a place for artistic production.

To Learn more:  Casa di Giotto

Rapolano’s Spa


Rapolano’s Spa, located in the province of Siena, in the Crete Senesi area, is a very tourist stop famous for its thermal waters, the San Giovanni’s Spa and the Spa Complex of the Ancient Querciolaia. Rapolano is located about 30 kilometers from Siena and the two spas are not far from the town. The thermal waters are particularly suitable for wellness care and to treat the main respiratory disorders.

To Learn more:

Terme Antica Querciolaia – Rapolano Terme – Siena – Toscana

Terme Toscana – San Giovanni Terme Rapolano – Terme San Giovanni Rapolano

Anghiari village


Anghiari is a medieval village, where the famous battle between the duke of Milan, Filippo Maria Visconti and the Republic of Florence, took place in June 1440. Leonardo da Vinci painted a famous fresco of this battle in Palazzo Vecchio. The museum of the Battle has its seat at Marzocco Palace, in Anghiari; inside, a room dedicated to this event shows the various stages of the conflict through a plastic model with hundreds of hand painted characters and information about Leonardo’s technique for his Anghiari’s battle.

To Learn more: Home – Museo della Battaglia e di Anghiari

Guido Monaco’s house



Guido Monaco, a Benedictine monk, was born in Talla between 992 and 995. He was responsible for reforms and fundamental innovations in theory and music notation. According to tradition, the birthplace of Guido d’Monaco is in the original core of the village, Castellaccia: here it was set up a museum dedicated to him and to the history of music in the Middle Ages.

To Learn more: 14 – Casa natale di Guido Monaco — EcoMuseo del Casentino

San Sepolcro village


Sansepolcro is a city of art, rich in history and culture, where, around 1412/14, the painter and mathematician Piero della Francesca was born. Nowadays, Sansepolcro offers a civic museum that bears his name and where some masterpieces painted by many internationally renowned artists, are housed. The most important part of the museum is the Hall of the Conservatives, where in 1460 Piero della Francesca painted “The Resurrection”, symbol of the city.

To Learn more: La città di Piero della Francesca | Comune Sansepolcro

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