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Archaeological Sites in Tuscany

Archaeological Area of Sodo and Camucia

Archaeological Area of Sodo and Camucia

Arezzo
Three mound tombs, dating back to the VII-IV centuries BC, were found in the area of Cortona: they contained wonderful and unique materials of the Etruscan era
Archaeological Itinerary inside the Antico Palazzo dei Vescovi

Archaeological Itinerary inside the Antico Palazzo dei Vescovi

Pistoia
During important restoration works, two Etruscan funerary stones and pottery material and traces of buildings dating from the Roman and High Medieval periods were found
Cimitero degli Inglesi

Cimitero degli Inglesi

Florence
Being a Protestant burial site, this cemetery was placed outside the city walls near Porta a Pinti, the gateway after which it was originally named
City of Tuff park in Sovana and Sorano

City of Tuff park in Sovana and Sorano

Grosseto
The "City of Tuff" Park, in the area of Sorano - Grosseto, gives visitors the chance of exploring this unspoilt landscape of tufaceous heights and valleys rich in vegetation
Dometaia and Le Ville Archaeological Sites

Dometaia and Le Ville Archaeological Sites

Siena
Colle Val d'Elsa has a large number of findings and a variety of graves and necropolises, which make it one of the largest areas of archaeological interest in Tuscany
Equi Terme Cultural Park

Equi Terme Cultural Park

Massa-Carrara
It is part of the Apuane Regional Park and offers various opportunities to the visitors: there is a cave park, a cave museum, diverse itineraries on foot and the Archeopark
Etruscan Necropolis in Prato Rosello

Etruscan Necropolis in Prato Rosello

Prato
Sets for burials without monumental context and also around ten barrows that testimony the existence of the necropolis starting from the end of the eighth century BC were found in Prato Rosello
Etruscan Tombs of Montefortini

Etruscan Tombs of Montefortini

Prato
Two of the most important Etruscan Tombs in Tuscany which are dated between the VII and the VI century BC
Fiesole Archaeological Site

Fiesole Archaeological Site

Florence
The Archaeological area of Fiesole, near Florence, includes well preserved Etruscan and Roman remains
Necropoli - Volterra

Necropoli - Volterra

Pisa
The Etruscan tombs in Volterra are relatively simple as compared to the tombs in Tarquinia, Cerveteri, Chiusi and Populonia, rich in paintings and sculptures
Poggio Renzo Necropolis - Chiusi

Poggio Renzo Necropolis - Chiusi

Siena
During the 19th century many Etruscan tombs were discovered in the Chiusi area, they were built and used between the IX and the I century B.C. The most famous tomb of this Necropolis is surely the Tomb of the Monkey
Porsenna's Labyrinth

Porsenna's Labyrinth

Siena
It is known as Porsenna’s Labyrinth because it is traditionally identified as part of Porsenna's monumental sepulchre described by Roman scholar Pliny the Elder
Rocca di San Silvestro Park

Rocca di San Silvestro Park

Livorno
It covers 450 hectares, and it contains unique examples of the mining and metallurgical cycle, from the Etruscan era to the present day
Roman Amphitheatre

Roman Amphitheatre

Arezzo
It was built between the end of the 1st century and the beginning of the 2nd century A.D. with blocks of sandstone, bricks and marble and it could contain eight thousand people
Roman Theatre

Roman Theatre

Lucca
Some remains of a Roman Theatre can be seen in Lucca near the walls, so that visitors can imagine the Roman Lucca of ancient times
Roman Villa delle Grotte in Portoferraio - Elba Island

Roman Villa delle Grotte in Portoferraio - Elba Island

Livorno
A wonderful Roman Villa which overlooks the gulf of Portoferraio
Roman Villa Domizia on the Isle of Giannutri

Roman Villa Domizia on the Isle of Giannutri

Grosseto
Giannutri, latin Dianium, is the smallest island of the Tuscan archipelago, and it houses one of the most prestigious maritime villas from Roman times
Roman Villa in Massaciuccoli

Roman Villa in Massaciuccoli

Lucca
The remains of the Roman Villa of Massaciuccoli are located on the side of Mount Aquilata, in a panoramic position which overtops the lake of Massaciuccoli
Romanesque Church of Sorano - Filattiera

Romanesque Church of Sorano - Filattiera

Massa-Carrara
The Saint Stephen Romanesque Church of Sorano is situated in the municipality of Filattiera - Massa Carrara - and it is one of the best example of Lunigiana Romanesque Style
Rusellae Archaeological Area

Rusellae Archaeological Area

Grosseto
Roman and Etruscan ruins in a wonderful archaeological area which has had a long and intense history
Teatro Romano - Volterra

Teatro Romano - Volterra

Pisa
The construction of the Roman theatre began at the beginning of the 1st century B.C.
The Accesa Archaeological Park

The Accesa Archaeological Park

Grosseto
The Accesa Archaeological Park is situated in the area of Massa Marittima, province of Grosseto. It hosts the remains of an area which was inhabited in the 6th century by the Etruscans, who exploited the nearby mineral deposits
The Archaeological Park of Baratti and Populonia

The Archaeological Park of Baratti and Populonia

Livorno
A wonderful view on the Gulf of Baratti from an Archaeological Park that hosts Etruscan, Roman and Medieval remains
The Monumental Churchyard

The Monumental Churchyard

Pisa
Completed in 1464 it has been for centuries the graveyard of the noble and eminent citizens
Vetulonia Etruscan Site

Vetulonia Etruscan Site

Grosseto
A large archaeological site with Etruscan necropolis and acropolis and a Medieval Castle

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