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Grancia di Cuna
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Grancia di Cuna

Discovering Grancia di Cuna, the oldest and best-preserved example of a medieval fortress and estate

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Monteroni d'Arbia
In the Crete Senesi area, crossed by the Via Francigena
The development of Monteroni d’Arbia is inextricably linked to the Via Francigena trail, and both the village and its wider area have, over time, become a key stopping point for pilgrims passing through Siena. The town is, after all, an ideal gateway to the entire southern province of Siena, an area of vast natural and artistic value which has become unique due to pilgrim travels.
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