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Archaeological Sites in Siena

Dometaia and Le Ville Archaeological Sites

Dometaia and Le Ville Archaeological Sites

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
Poggio Renzo Necropolis - Chiusi

Poggio Renzo Necropolis - Chiusi

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

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

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