雪3飞whoThere 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:
▪️San Giovanni Baptistery
▪️Cathedral Opera Museum
fooler0809It is generally called the Shell Square, because it is shaped like a shell, one side is flat, and the other is curved and not horizontal. The ground has been going downhill towards the city hall, and there are many people sitting on the ground in the square.
sculptorBuilt between 1215 and 1263, the cathedral is an early Italian building. The exterior and interior of the cathedral are made up of white and dark green marble, alternately striped, and black and white is the symbol color of Siena. A second large-scale expansion of the main body of the cathedral is planned in 1339, but the black death epidemic in 1348 brought work to a halt, and the work never resumed. Now the outer wall of the southern cathedral is visible. Climb one of the walls through narrow stairs to enjoy the city's beauty.
Calvin在路上The current urban layout and architecture of Pienza was basically determined by Pope Pius II-because this is his hometown, according to his wishes, two architects from Florence were invited to plan and construct. Therefore Pienza is known as the "touchstone of Renaissance urban life" and was declared a World Cultural Heritage in 1996.
In fact, in the eyes of our tourists, there may not be so many doorways-there is only a small street that is not very spacious, with winding alleys on both sides, a church and a square in the center, and two city gates on both ends of the street. The boundaries of the town. The main buildings such as the church and the Pope’s summer residence are made of sandstone, while the houses in the alleys are mostly red bricks. Every household is decorated with flowers on windowsills, balconies and even walls, and the door frames are bridged with flowers, and the fragrance of flowers fills the air.
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.
M32***23Montalcino (Montalcino)-a fortress that has guarded freedom in Italy from the beginning to the present. It stands high on a rugged mountain ridge. It is easy to recognize Montalcino from its sharp towers. Its unusual geographical location is condescending, strangling the throat of Via Cassia, the avenue of commerce since ancient times. It brought prosperity to it, and at the same time was involved in a lot of wars.
Weather Forecast and Travel Tips for San Quirico d'Orcia
Jan 18, 2021 San Quirico d'Orcia Weather:Mostly Sunny, Northeasterly Wind:0-10 kph, Humidity:79%, Sunrise/Sunset:07:41/17:07
San Quirico d'Orcia Driving:Suitable, Running:Good
Punch in the famous small ear church under the Tuscan sun.
The church is located on a hillside not far from San Quirico d'Orcia. It needs to be driven by car. It can be located on Google Maps: Chapel of Our Lady of Vitaleta, after a long distance Dirt road. The road that has entered the church has been covered by the iron gate. The car can't enter, you can stop at the gate of the iron gate and walk in, about 10 minutes walk. In addition to the hillside opposite the church, this is a great place to go to the church, and it is a great place to enjoy the Tuscan pasture.
The Little Ear Church became a household name because of the movie "Under the Sohuana Under the Sun", although it was only a few seconds of scenes, but this exquisite chapel with two cypress trees left and right It is like a picture with a pair of small ears, which left a deep impression on people. In addition to the church itself, the surrounding countryside is equally amazing, and the grasslands under the setting sun are even more intoxicating.
Sen LI Photography
Under the sun of Tuscany! The scenery is so amazing, It's like walking into a postcard.