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Historical Buildings

The floor of Siena Cathedral

Uncovered every year after the Palio until the autumn

The Massacre of the Innocents
The Massacre of the Innocents

The uncovered floor
The uncovered floor
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Siena
Where not a single stone has changed down the centuries
You can see Siena from afar, resplendent in its medieval harmony. The three hills on which it stands are the high points in an idyllic backdrop of arable fields, where the edges of the ancient city melt into a countryside which in places looks like the background to Ambrogio Lorenzetti's painting Allegory of Good Government in the Palazzo Pubblico. ...
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