Follonica
Province of Grosseto
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Things To Do in Follonica

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关裕年guanyunianIn the famous town of Florence, you can see the world's most unpredictable artistic masterpieces, including sculptures and drawings. In every church and palace, you can appreciate the artistic accomplishments and sentiments of Italians.
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Historical Architecture
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
JazzyWhen life gives you twists and turns, cheque yourself up in Pisa ❤️
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XuefeiThere are still many scenic spots in the ancient city, but it’s a pity that we have rushed in time to take a closer look. The following is the reference content, I hope I have the opportunity (when the epidemic is completely over) I can go again: ▪️Municipal Museum ▪️Manja Tower ▪️Conchistoro Hall ▪️San Giovanni Baptistery ▪️Archaeological Museum ▪️Cathedral Opera Museum
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UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
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.
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AllsuccessThe most fascinating destination in Europe is Italy, a renaissance capital full of magical art, science, philosophy, art religion, modern fashion and music, especially in central Florence, Every time I think of Pavarotti and Andre Bocelli's concerts here. I'm really excited.
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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.