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Giornata Nazionale del Trekking Urbano: la carica dei 9 Comuni toscani alla scoperta di misteri e leggende

La carica dei 9 Comuni toscani si prepara a mettersi in cammino per festeggiare la XIV Giornata Nazionale del Trekking Urbano. Martedì 31 ottobre Arezzo, Asciano, Grosseto, Lucca, Massa Marittima, Murlo e Siena proporranno itinerari guidati per scoprire, al ritmo lento dei passi, gli angoli più belli e suggestivi dei centri storici toscani. A Monteriggioni il tour guidato si svolgerà domenica 29 ottobre e a ...

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Grosseto: Passione Maremma, wine&food shire 2014

di redazione - E per raggiungere Grosseto si percorre per la prima volta la Via Clodia, antica via consolare tra Roma e Roselle, ora riportata alla luce Per The Guardian la MAREMMA è l'unica meta italiana inserita tra 40 destinazioni top al mondo per una vacanza cool nel 2014. Glamour e understatement al tempo stesso, questa è la Maremma. Charme ed emozioni allo stato puro. Appartata, segreta, riservata sol ...

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How to save the Maremma!

by Simone Focardi - In 1700, after the extinction of the Medici who had no inheritors, many were the problems in Tuscany. In an intricate political game Tuscany was assigned to the Lorraine’s family who inherited a State in absolute decline … thanks to the ineptitude of the last Medici Grand Dukes. The first Lorraine Grand Duke to take possession of the new State was Francis Stephen, husband of the empress ...

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The Spanish Tuscany

by Nadia Fondelli - The “Stato dei Presidi” is a unique case in the Tuscan and the Italian history. Towards the middle of the XVI century the south of Tuscany was a part of the Republic of Siena and it was considered a crucial strategic point for the whole Mediterranean by the most important European rulers. In 1552 Siena was tired of the heavy pressures and revolted against the emperor Charles V taking the ...

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Maremma: Buttero, an epic trade. Maremma’s ultimate symbol

di Nadia Fondelli - Shrouded by an aura of magic, it is an epic trade that still survives in Tuscany. The “Buttero” is the symbol of Maremma. To learn more about this figure, its history and its trade, we met with Stefano Senserini, technical manager of the Associazione Butteri d’Alta Maremma (association of Butteri of the Upper Maremma), also known as “Sensitive”, because every “buttero Online Pokies” wort ...

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L’Ansonica

In a land of mighty red gorges, like Tuscany the ansonica is one of the whites that, with increasing attention, knows how to stand on its own two feet, releasing the Maremma of its most celebrated star in the field of wine, the Morellino. We are heading along the section of the road for Grosseto that looks towards Monte Argentario, the perfect land for this well-known grape that has been enjoyed since antiq ...

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Porto Santo Stefano

Porto Santo Stefano, defined by many as "the pearl of the Argentario", lies on two inlets, Valle and Pilarella, divided by a spur called Croce. Villas and palaces rise from the sea towards la HGH Panoramica, where the last area of the town rises, called la Fortezza due to the presence of the old medieval fortress which first belonged to Siena and then to Spain. It has been finely restored and can be visited ...

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Castiglioncello: all the colours of the sea

Red rocks jutting out over the sea, small beaches and coves bathed in crystal-clear water, a refreshing pine forest: this is Castiglioncello, the ancient Etruscan village that overlooks the sea from a small promontory. This magical atmosphere, set amidst a fragrant and colourful natural landscape, has inspired painters, writers and poets for generations. Castiglioncello’s history dates back to the late four ...

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Grosseto: the sea, nature and magic of the Maremma butteri

Thousands of kilometres if you look at a map, but only vigrx plus wiki a few metres if you visit the Maremma. Tens of “butteri” still live in the province of Grosseto today, the cowboys who are famous as they were able to tame the cattle who lived freely in the countryside. One famous legend tells how in 1890 Buffalo Bill found himself with his cowboys touring around Italy. Seeing him in a show, the Conte C ...

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A green island in the centre of Tuscany

Amiata is in southern Tuscany, on the border between the provinces of Siena and Grosseto. This imposing green mountain is the only island in the world that cannot be reached by swimming, but simply driven by a healthy curiosity and a good amount of imagination. Amiata is the perfect place for spending both a short break and a long holiday in any season of the year. There's something for all tastes: for love ...

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