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Archive for 2013

Emergency numbers

Emergency numbers to call in case of need, while you visiting  Cortona  and Tuscany, you might have a need of those  numbers in case of health event or theft. Police (Carabinieri) 112  , Call Cortona 39 0575 607700  Call Camucia 39 0575 603102 State police: 113 Fire […]

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Hospital Cortona

Hospital “Santa Margherita” is in LA FRATTA  location about 7 km from La Mucchia casa vacanze. Directions: From La Mucchia take left from out the gates, drive above the bridge until the T then take left, drive straight, cross 3 rounds about, cross the traffic lights of […]

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Rent scooter for a day

Rent Scooter for a day “We rented a Vespa for the day from Claudia. We arrived at around 10:00 am and Claudia gave us some wonderful ideas for a day around Lake Trasimeno. These included Panicale and Paciano and other stops around the lake. Each stop was […]

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Al Pozzo Antico in Cortona

Restaurants in tuscany: Al Pozzo antico restaurant in Cortona “This is just superb. Off the beaten path, it’s nestled between two of the streets that lead up to the main Piazza in Cortona. The owners will welcome you, love you and feed you until you are bursting, and […]

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Abbey of San Michele Arcangelo in Passignano

The Abbey of San Michele Arcangelo in Passignano is a monastery of the Congregation Vallombrosana situated in the territory of the Chianti hills , in Passignano, near the town of Greve in Chianti , in the province of Florence (South of Florence). The monastery of Vallombrosa , […]

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Bagnoregio -The dying city

Bagnoregio -The dying city Bagnoregio is mentioned for the first time in a document dating the year 600. This document is a letter that Pope St. Gregory the Great wrote to bishop of Chiusi to invite him to investigate the sacred writings of a certain John, who Aufrido […]

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The San Damiano Cross

The San Damiano Cross Once you visit Assisi, you will happen to see the little ancient church restored by St. Francis, in this little church which was not been modified throughout the centuries, there used to hang the crucifix which has been relocated to Saint Clare Basilica […]

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Leonardo da Vinci Machines

  Leonardo da Vinci Machines Leonardo is one of the leaders of the union between humanism and science. More than brilliant inventor, is a careful observer and interpreter of nature and technology of the Renaissance. The rich collection of models of his machines, reconstructed from the drawings, […]

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Siena is the capital of the province of Tuscany

The town of Siena is the capital of the province of Tuscany , the most known is Piazza del Campo which is one of the most outstanding squares in Italy known for the horse raid (il Palio) taken place twice a year, for hundred years to go. […]

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