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Villa Oliva in San Pancrazio

One of the greatest examples of Mannerist architecture in the province of Lucca, home to a beautiful garden

One of the fountains at Villa Oliva in San Pancrazio
One of the fountains at Villa Oliva in San Pancrazio - Credit: Charles Wardell
Lucca
A monumental city bursting with unique treasures, ringed by vast bastions and gigantic walls
Lucca is one of Tuscany's most beloved artistic cities, an unskippable part of any tour of the region. Nicknamed the town of a hundred churches on account of its incredible number of places of worship, it is unique among city-states for having maintained its independence up until 1847. ...
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