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Agriturismo la Sovana is waiting for you

published on04/01/2017 sertion Blog
sarteano (siena)
Situated a few kilometers away from La Sovan, Perugia is one of the most charming Italian cities, rich in cultural events and places to visit. Capital of the province of Umbria, Perugia was inhabited by 'XI and X B.C. ..

Having been part of the Roman territory, the city due to its position of interest, it was conquered by the Ostrogoths of Theodoric, and in 537 the Byzantine troops of Belisarius clashed with those Ostrogothic Vitige right near Perugia who will remain Byzantine territory until the sixth century.

In the twelfth century Perugia became a municipality with a government of consuls and its history mingled with that of the entire area between the growth period and demographic stagnation.

Many places of interest to visit such as the Fontana Maggiore (1275-1278) one of the city's landmarks and the whole medieval sculpture, consisting of two concentric polygonal marble basins

Come to La Sovana

published on04/01/2017 sertion Blog
sarteano (siena)
Siena is one of the best-known cities of Tuscany, its beauty is now an objective fact so much so that in 1995 its historic center was declared a UNESCO World Heritage.

A visit to Siena is a must for all who pass by Tuscany, what to see:

•Piazza del Campo of course, is the main square of the city and has a very special shell shape that makes it unique in its kind. Renowned worldwide for its beauty and architectural integrity, as well as for being the place where twice a year takes place the famous Palio of Siena.

•Piazza del Campo is overlooking the Palazzo Pubblico, also known as Town Hall. Built between 1297 and 1310 by the Government of the Nine of the Republic of Siena, as their headquarters, besides being the Municipal Administration and also houses the Civic Museum and is flanked by the famous Torre del Mangia. Inside you can see some of the best decorations of Sienese period

The best season to visit the Val d'Orcia

published on04/01/2017 sertion Blog
sarteano (siena)
The Val d'Orcia is one of the landmarks of Tuscany, a UNESCO World Heritage Site because:

(IV) The Val d'Orcia is an exceptional example of how the landscape was redesigned in the Renaissance period with the aim to reflect the ideals of good governance and at the same time achieve an appreciated aesthetic image;
(VI) the landscape of the Val d'Orcia was celebrated by painters from the Siennese School, which flourished during the Renaissance. Images of the Val d'Orcia and, in particular, the representations of landscapes where people are depicted as living in harmony with nature, have become an icon of the Renaissance that has deeply influenced the thinking of the landscape.

In addition to the enchanted landscape where you can visit numerous villages such as Pienza, San Quirico d'Orcia and Bagno Vignoni that every year tourists from all over the world they literally fall in love.

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