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Nature and Culture - Routes
Man and his territory between the Apuan Alps, Versilia and the Plain
Man and his territory in Garfagnana
Modernism in the villas in Viareggio
The Via Francigena from Lucca to Versilia
Fossa Nera Porcari
Situated in ancient times on the left bank of the lower Auser, the archaeological area of Fossa Nera, in the plain of Lucca, preserves substantial remains of a Roman rural dwelling built in the IInd...
Isola Santa Village
In Careggine, in the province of Lucca, there is Isola Santa, a small village consisting of a few stone houses with a slate roof and a very characteristic church that overlooks a recently built...
La Via Matildica del Volto Santo
A 285 kilometer long itinerary that crosses in 11 stages (with 3 variants) the territory of 3 Italian regions (Lombardy, Emilia, Tuscany) rich in culture, traditions and landscapes. From Mantua to...
Places connected with the Resistenza
In 1944 the Germans set up their last bastion, the so called Linea Gotica or Verde running from Pesaro to the Ligurian coast and crossing the Val di Serchio south of Borgo a Mozzano. Built using...
The marble routes
Marble has been used since ancient times and it is connected in particular with Monte Altissimo near Seravezza where Michelangelo Buonarroti chose the stone for the façade of San Lorenzo in...
The Via Francigena in the Piana di Lucca
In the Middle Ages the Via Francigena was the main route for pilgrims heading for Rome, the Holy See; it also became an extremely important channel of cultural exchange and trade. Together with the...
Villas of the Pizzorne
The Pizzorne are a chain of rises, not so much high as steep, which are found to the north-east of the city of Lucca and in the north define the Lucchese plains. Since Renaissance times, some of the...