Italy, as the country with the most world heritage, retains many quaint cities. Visitors who like history and monuments will definitely open their eyes to Italy. Many visitors to Florence, actually an hour's drive from Florence, and a small town is also worth going. This small town is called Siena. It is not very famous. Many tourists are not familiar with it, so there are not many tourists. Siena retains a good medieval style, and the historic city was listed as a World Heritage Site in 1995, and it was also convenient from Florence. If Florence is the cradle of the Renaissance, then Siena itself is an art piece. The history of Siena dates back to 29 BC and was built by Augustus, one of the oldest cities in Italy. Siena's architecture, in addition to the Roman style and the Renaissance style, the Italian Gothic style is important, it is influenced by the East during the Crusades and is represented in the form of a narrow arcade. Many buildings were built in the 13th century. Every city in Italy has many churches. The cathedral of Siena is located at the highest point of the ancient city, with black and white marble on the surface. The lower part of the church is Romanesque and the upper part is Gothic.