Province of Lucca
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Historical Architecture
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JazzyWhen life gives you twists and turns, cheque yourself up in Pisa ❤️
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Historical Architecture
qf3456792There is a tree-lined road on the wall of the town of Lucca, and it is a good choice to ride Lucca! The sunset time is accompanied by golden leaves, and this moment is very beautiful. The small town of Lucca is also a gathering place for opera art, which is staged every week. why? Because this is the hometown of Puccini! [Scenery] too beautiful [Fun] Fun [Price ratio] full score
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sculptorSan Michele in Foro is a Roman Catholic church located in Lucca, Tuscany in central Italy, built on the ancient Roman Forum (Foro). It was the seat of Consiglio Maggiore, the most important council of the commune until 1370. It is dedicated to the Archangel Michael. The church was first mentioned in 795. It was rebuilt by Pope Alexander II after 1070. It is worth noting that the facade was built in the 13th century and contains a large number of sculptures and inlays, many of which were rebuilt in the 19th century. There are a series of blind areas in the lower part, the center of which contains the main entrance. The upper part is made of a large amount of iron material to resist wind, and has a small loggia with four steps. On the top of the mountain, there are two other angels, beside it is the 4-meter-long statue of St. Michael the Archangel.
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__赛__A small building in the small city of Lucca, very inconspicuous, but the appearance is still very beautiful, I personally like Lucca, a small city in western Italy, it feels very much and there are few tourists, it is very quiet
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Ancient Pagoda
sculptorThe Lucca Clock Tower (Torre delle Ore or Torre dell'Orologio) is located on Via Fillungo in the center of Lucca, Tuscany, Italy. This clock tower is the tallest tower in Lucca. It was acquired by the government in the 14th century and decided to house a clock in 1390. In Lucca, visitors often visit the nearby Torre Guinigi, which is topped by a beautiful treescape. It is now also publicly owned by Luca. The current clock mechanism dates back to the 18th century. It is not clear what the clock face and mechanism of 1390 were. The early clock tower did have hour marks.
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sculptorVia Fillungo is the main street in the center of Lucca. Cross the most charming streets in the city in the historical center. This 700-meter-long street is located inside the city wall and is one of the most iconic symbols of the city. It is the center of tourism, business and handicraft activities of the Lucca people. Via Fillungo is the most important horizontal axis of the city, connecting the oldest core of the Roman village to the outside of the wall.