Province of Siena
Tuscany
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Things To Do in Province of Siena

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Square
sculptorPiazza del Campo, the main public space in the historic center of Siena, Italy, is considered one of the most famous medieval squares in Europe, and is known worldwide for its beauty and architectural integrity. It was paved with red bricks of fishbone in 1349, with eight travertine lines that split the square into nine sections, radiating from the central drain to the entire square.
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Fountain
翱翔的大鲨鱼This joyous fountain in the center of Tianyuan Plaza is truly a place well-deserved. You must be happy to come to this place. It is said that this is the first public fountain square in Italy, and it is worth a visit.
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Historical Architecture
Ancient Settlement
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
sculptorAn Italian hill town southwest of Florence. Its old town is surrounded by 13th-century walls and is known for its medieval architecture, unique in the preservation of about 12 tower houses. Inside the walls, well-preserved buildings include famous examples of Romanesque and Gothic architecture, and outstanding examples of secular architecture and churches.
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Historical Architecture
Museum
fooler0809With a very upright and stable architectural shape, the tower is like a ruler to alert people and overlook them. He faces the Shell Square, the courtyard can be accessed, and the outer wall of the first floor still retains the iron ring to tie the horse.
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Featured Neighbourhood
suifeng2019The wells in the square, once a vital source of water for San Gimignano, are now firmly occupied by tourists. Coffee shops, souvenir shops and restaurants surround the square.
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sculptorSan Gimignano is the Italian hill town of Tuscany in southwest Florence. Its old town is surrounded by 13th-century walls and is famous for its medieval architecture. Inside the walls, well-preserved buildings include the famous examples of Romanesque and Gothic architecture, as well as the Cathedral of San Gimignano.