Ponte di Crasciana
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Crasciana Bridge

This old bridge spans the Purioni stream near Crasciana, in the town of Bagni di Lucca

Via S. Frediano, 18, 5

It is a round-arched footbridge built in the first half of the 14th century. The bridge is situated in a beautiful valley, flanked by steep hills covered in chestnut trees. It was built in sandstone by local masons. It is in a satisfactory state of preservation. Due to the partial collapse of the parapet on the north-side, it is advisable to cross the bridge cautiously.
Source: Lucca and its lands / www.luccapro.sns.it

Bagni di Lucca
A refined spa destination famous all over Europe
Probably dating back to Ancient Roman days, the spa destination Bagni di Lucca enjoyed its heyday in the eleventh century at the time of the countess Matilde di Canossa and became one of the most elegant spa towns in Europe in the nineteenth century. ...
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