Residenza San Domenico
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
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- Refrigerator in room
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... 1086;блас 90;и, поэто 84;у и жилье искал 72; именн 86; здесь (через agriturismo.it). Надо сказа 90;ь, что засел ...
A day trip from Florence to Siena, and what a lovely surprise. The historic part of Siena is another Unesco world heritage listed site, and it is stunning, even on a wet day. We wandered around the town, discovering piazza after piazza and as many churches, but the jewel in the crown was the 13C Romanesque-Gothic cathedral, the Duomo. For only €8 we were able to visit the ...
... to learn about. We saw Plaza Il Campo where the race takes place and can only imagine the craziness. Between learning of the Palio, we also visited the Duomo in Siena which is gorgeous. It has a very ornate facade with different colors of marble" white, black, pink and yellow. It has three mosaics on the front dedicated to the Blessed Mother, and tons of animals and statues on the front as well. Inside, the Duomo is known for it's ...
... owl, rhino, eagle, caterpillar, snail, dragon, unicorn, she wolf, sea shell, goose, wave, panther, forest, tortoise, tower and valley of the ram.
We visited the Cathedral (1215) which is similar to the one in Orvieto, we did not go inside, but the facade was once again a work of art. It has white, green and red polychrome marble designed by Giovanni Pisano. We entered instead another church in the same square which was part of the old hospital and it had more amazing art ...
... that they hold a horse race around it twice a year. The Cathedral is an alternating pattern of black and white marble with statues and detail in every space around it. We could easily have spent half a day there. Tuscany was one of my "must-see" places to see on this trip and we were not disappointed. The towns are well preserved and the countryside is unspoiled by billboards or big business. I can understand why people come back there. Of course, we hadn't walked ...