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CORTONA
It 'an Italian town of 23,000 inhabitants in the province of Arezzo, tourist and cultural center of the Val di Chiana. Cortona offers many beautiful landscapes as it is located on a hill about 600 meters above sea level. It's characterized by many Etruscan works and remains a strategic center that leads to important artistic and cultural centers with short distances. More than 3000 years of history make Cortona one of the places to visit to understand our origins Italic. We suggest you visit the Palace of the Republic (Town Hall) and Piazza Signorelli (Palazzo Casali) and the Medici Fortress.

SIENA
The city is known worldwide for its artistic and medieval works, was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995. The city is also known for hosting the Palio, which is a horse competition between the districts of Siena in the form of medieval commemoration. We suggest you to visit Piazza del Campo which is considered one of the most beautiful squares in the world. It has a characteristic shape of a shell in nine sections which can be seen only from the Tower of Mangia. The tower extends 88 meters and offers an exceptional view where you can see the Duomo, Piazza del Campo, and the distant hills. The tower is named after its builder was Giovanni di Duccio who enjoyed his life spending all his earnings in the taverns of Siena, where the name "Mangiaguadagni" renamed Torre del Mangia. The Cathedral with its dominant colors black and white is the church dedicated to the Assumption. Inside there are a lot of esoteric symbols and religious stories as the Massacre of the Innocents, the life of Moses and the Sacrifice of Jephthah. The Baptistery of Siena is located behind the Duomo. It competing with the Duomo  for the more important role of religion than the city has. It preserves important frescoes and marble finishes. The Public Palace is the place that symbolizes the political power of Siena.

FLORENCE
The capital of Tuscany, has a population of about one million and a half inhabitants, the city extends on the banks of the Arno, between the Adriatic and the Tyrrhenian Sea, near the middle of the Italian peninsula. Florence is considered the birthplace of the Renaissance. The historic city center with its medieval walls have been declared UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1982. And 'generally recognized as the cradle of art and architecture and renowned as one of the most beautiful cities in the world, thanks to its numerous monuments and museums including the Battistero, Santa Croce, the Uffizi Gallery, Ponte Vecchio, Piazza della Signoria and Pitti Palace . No city in the world can boast such a concentration of art, palaces, gardens and lovely views like Florence.

ROMA
It's widely recognized as the capital of the world. He has over 2 million inhabitants and is the most populous and largest city in Italy. In every street and corner of the city tells his story Millennial. Not to be missed is definitely the Colosseum (or Flavian Amphitheatre) that it was called the Coliseum at a later time when the Romans were delighted to observe struggles and competition among the gladiators and wild beasts, or the simulation of naval battles. The Pantheon is a place of worship that seeks to break down the barriers between the sacred and the profane, in the past, access of the gods's homes was a prerogative of the bishops and of the vestal virgins, with the construction of the Pantheon, gods become of all. The building is a masterpiece of architecture and engineering dating back to 27-25 BC. The Trevi Fountain was designed by Nicolò Salvi, receives water from the aqueduct virgin from the time of Augustus. The main theme of the fountain is the sea, and the baroque in tune with the classicism in perfect harmony. It was the movie set and theater for a huge number of events and movies.

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