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.
Marie MonnierOne of the most amazing Cathedral I had the chance to visit. There is so much details and attention put in the place you'll never be disappointed. The ceiling is breathtaking and the size of the monument is huge. If you are in Florence you HAVE to walk inside and enjoy this historical place.
ChinaMexGirlBuy your tickets in advance! I heard someone saying they had waited 2 hours before going in! Go early to enjoy viewing everything you can. Definietly worth visiting, and don't forget to take picures of the river while your upstairs, and the dome.
sculptorVolterra is a walled hilltop town in Tuscany, Italy. Its history can be traced back to before the 8th century BC, and it has strong structures from Etruscan, Roman and medieval periods. The 1st century BC Roman Theater in Volterra was excavated in the 1950s.
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.