8 edition of Guide to Tuscany found in the catalog.
Guide to Tuscany
July 5, 1988 by Penguin (Non-Classics) .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||272|
Tuscany is one of those places that congers up so many images. Sipping wine and eating fine cheese from a 15th century villa over looking the rolling the hills and mountains. Amazing historic monuments like the leaning towers of Pisa and the power of Medici family, which can still be felt in the area. The mixture of natural beauty and human arts is not felt elsewhere in the world to such extremes.
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Lovely Lucca endears itself to everyone who visits. Hidden behind imposing Renaissance walls, its cobbled streets, handsome piazzas and shady promenades make it a perfect destination to explore by foot – as a day trip from Florence or in its own right.
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