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  • The Hermitage of Montecsale, St. Francis of Assisi in Tuscany

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    The Hermitage of Montecasale

    The Hermitage of Montecasale, just a few kilometres from Sansepolcro, is one of those places that should not be missed in order to experience those pearls of spirituality that the region has to offer, this time in Tuscany. The Hermitage of Montecasale was built during the medieval period by Camaldolese monks on the ruins of […]

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  • Landscape between Tuscany and Umbria

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    The Territory of Experience Tuscany and Umbria

    There is a valley on the border between Tuscany and Umbria that is still little known, with numerous villages and adorned with castles, where time is still slow … the Upper Tiber Valley. In this area you can: Rediscover the pleasure of nature. Enjoy artistic and cultural treasures. Enjoy genuine flavors. Experience traditions and crafts. […]

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  • A glass of Tuscan wine and typical cheeses In Monterchi

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    The flavors of the land

    The character of this area between Tuscany and Umbria, being a border land, is well represented by its cuisine in which flavours mix. Its traditional dishes are based on typical local products and the wisdom of its farmers, who were used to creating tasty meals from what was available. The woods offer wild asparagus, chestnuts […]

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  • Monterchi in Tuscany

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    Visiting Monterchi

    Situated on a hill surrounded by fields of sunflowers, Monterchi has an interesting old town centre and a countryside that is worth exploring. 5 things to do and see in Monterchi 1. Madonna del Parto The Madonna del Parto (Madonna of Parturition) is a famous fresco by Piero della Francesca, who painted it in honour […]

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  • A view of Monterchi in Tuscany

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    One day among the sunflowers of Monterchi

    The Tuscan landscape is different from that of Umbria, the colours are warmer, the hills gentler. The differences are often almost imperceptible but substantial. Umbria requires patience and dedication, while Tuscany embraces you and accompanies you while you discover it. Although it’s just a stone’s throw from Umbria and belonged to this region in the […]

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  • A view of Sansepolcro Tuscany

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    Sansepolcro

    A medieval layout but with many Renaissance features, Sansepolcro is a clean, well-ordered town with an old town centre that is always full of people and fully and proudly enjoys its beautiful area. That we’re in Tuscany is recognized by the stone, which is slightly pinker than the whiter villages of Umbria, by the residents, […]

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  • Anghiari at dusk

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    Anghiari

    Anghiari makes you fall in love every time. Whenever I see Anghiari, when I arrive by car, she grabs me, amazes me and leaves me speechless. I love to see Anghiari up there, perched on top of the mountain. I love to see the landscape from above – the Upper Tiber Valley of  Tuscany – that […]

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  • View of Caprese Michelangelo Tuscany

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    Caprese Michelangelo

    Located in Tuscany on the Apennines , Caprese Michelangelo is a celebration of nature and good food. It offers good, mountain-like air, beautiful landscapes, beech, chestnut and oak forests, numerous rivers and countless places to go for walks and excursions. In terms of food, this area is blessed: beef, pork and chicken from local farms, wild […]

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