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Art in Tuscany in the province of Livorno
Porto Azzurro, with its azure coloured harbour, is a very charming village. Directly on the seashore, its Piazza is surrounded on three sides by all kinds of shops, restaurants, caf&ecute;s and gelaterias. Under plane-trees you can find park-benches; oppos ...
This museum is located at Villa dei Mulini, official residence of Napoleon and his court. It was built about a century before his arrival at some windmills that exploited their positions high sea breezes. Very interesting furniture (antique), weapons, pain ...
The Palazzo Comunale (or Town Hall) is one of the most important examples of medieval civic architecture in the Maremma.Construction of the building began in the 13th century after the concession to Suvereto of the Charta Liberatis in 1201 by Ildebrandino ...
The parish church is consecrated to San Giusto, the Bishop of Volterra, who came to the Cornia valley in the 5th century, along with others from North Africa such as Cerbone, Fiorenzo and Regolo. The presence of these saints is remembered throughout the va ...
The chapel of the princely residence of Cittadella was built by Andrea Guardi on commission of Jacopo III Appiani in 1465. It is a single nave building and it has an albertiana structure in the façade, with a rose window, which is measured by pilast ...
The church is no more officiated and it is included in the building of the ex-civil hospital. It replaced the former parish of San Lorenzo since 1468. It was built in the XIII century. Of the single nave Gothic building, made of calcareous squared stones, ...
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Situated along the coast of Ligurian Sea, Livorno is one of the most important Italian harbors. Among all Tuscany cities, usually Livorno is thought the youngest, although in its territory historical tokens of remote ages survived to the massive bombardments of World War Two. The origins of Livorno are unknown, between legends and mythology. In Livorno there are churches, temples and cemeteries of different religions, result of a perfect combination of races and populations, that influenced the city culture. This spirit of mutual tolerance, joined to illuminated policy of the Granduchi of Tuscany, created in fact an intense cultural activity. For an ideal and comfortable holiday in Livorno you must rely on our site to reserve the appropriate accommodation: a hotel, a residence, a bed & breakfast, a camping, a farmhouse, a hostel or an apartment.
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