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Monteriggioni Castle on the Tuscan Via Francigena

The Tuscan Via Francigena, a bridge between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance

The journey along the Via Francigena is marked by traces of the past: the heritage of the centuries is revealed to modern pilgrims at every step.

Icons of the Middle Ages

Aghinolfi Castle, Montignoso
Aghinolfi Castle, Montignoso - Credit: www.apathtolunch.com
Rocca di Federico II, San Miniato
Rocca di Federico II, San Miniato - Credit: Glorious 93
Rocca di Radicofani
Rocca di Radicofani - Credit: LigaDue
Guidoriccio da Fogliano by Simone Martini
Guidoriccio da Fogliano by Simone Martini

Gems of the Renaissance

Medici Palace, Seravezza
Medici Palace, Seravezza - Credit: Sailko
Marble sarcophagus of Ilaria del Carretto, by Jacopo della Quercia
Marble sarcophagus of Ilaria del Carretto, by Jacopo della Quercia - Credit: Sailko
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