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Tuscany. Here is Monteriggioni: sun on face, trees, fragrant flowers and a medieval glimpse

Visiting an Italian village means experiencing it in depth. In fact, it is the small villages, unlike the big cities, that allow you to have more dense and unforgettable experiences. In this photo an unusual view of the magnificent and much visited village of Monteriggioni (the one with the circular walls) with its thirteenth-century castle founded by the Republic of Siena and its silent cobbled alleys, which come to life in the summer when the pilgrims of the Francigena arrive tired.

Let’s imagine that the author of the photo sat on the lawn with the sun warming his face and admiring this view, which has certainly remained unchanged for centuries.

Photo by Stefano Ferrario da Pixabay

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