Photo © Ambito Turistico Amiata / Ciclica
Panoramic view of Radicofani from Monte Amiata

The first known mention of the Via Francigena refers to the stretch that leads through the Amiata woods towards the Abbey of San Salvatore, a destination favoured by pilgrims

The Via Francigena and Monte Amiata, relics and manuscripts

Crypt of the Abbey of San Salvatore
Crypt of the Abbey of San Salvatore

View of Radicofani from Abbadia San Salvatore
View of Radicofani from Abbadia San Salvatore - Credit: Ambito Turistico Amiata / Ciclica

Wooden crucifix, Abbey of San Salvatore
Wooden crucifix, Abbey of San Salvatore - Credit: Ambito Turistico Amiata
Abbadia San Salvatore
Abbadia San Salvatore - Credit: Ambito Turistico Amiata / Ciclica
Abbey of San Salvatore
Abbey of San Salvatore - Credit: Ambito Turistico Amiata / Ciclica
The Codex Amiatinus in the Abbey museum, Abbadia San Salvatore
The Codex Amiatinus in the Abbey museum, Abbadia San Salvatore - Credit: Ambito Turistico Amiata
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