Photo © Jens Hoffmann
Places of worship

Cathedral of Santi Pietro e Paolo in Pitigliano

The bell tower of the cathedral was originally used for civil and military tasks

The little Jerusalem of the Tuscan Maremma
Pitigliano is a small village in Southern Maremma built into tuff. It stands on a ridge at 313 metres above sea level, surrounded by green valleys crossed by the Lente and Meleta rivers. The same shape of the town, characterised by homes built vertically onto a tuff cliff, almost makes the surrounding walls superfluous. ...
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