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Squares in Tuscany

Piazza Aranci

Piazza Aranci

Massa-Carrara
It is the symbol of the city of Massa
Piazza dei Cavalieri

Piazza dei Cavalieri

Pisa
In the square's centre can be seen a fountain beneath the statue of Cosimo I in the robes of Grand Master of the Order of Knights
Piazza del Campo

Piazza del Campo

Siena
Wordly famous for the particularity of its conformation: the square in fact seems a big splendid concave shell
Piazza del Cisternone

Piazza del Cisternone

Livorno
There is the Cisternone, a water reservoir which collects and purifies the water
Piazza del Duomo

Piazza del Duomo

Pistoia
This piazza has always represented the heart of the city: in fact the Romans first settled here when, to better fight off the Ligurian peoples, they extended the Cassia road beyond the Fiorentine territory
Piazza del Duomo

Piazza del Duomo

Pisa
The appearance of the Piazza del Duomo that we know today is the last step in a process that started in the XVI century but its origin as a monumental complex and public space date back to the Medieval Ages
Piazza del Popolo

Piazza del Popolo

Arezzo
Roughly triangular in shape, this square is situated along via Garibaldi, in the middle stretch of a semicircular route which marks the lower end of the town's ancient centre
Piazza dell'Anfiteatro

Piazza dell'Anfiteatro

Lucca
This ancient site constitutes one of the most characteristic and original monuments of the city
Piazza della Sala

Piazza della Sala

Pistoia
The Sala, as it is commonly referred to in Pistoia, is one of the city's oldest squares
Piazza della Signoria

Piazza della Signoria

Florence
It has been at the heart of Florentine politics since the 14th century
Piazza Giuseppe Micheli

Piazza Giuseppe Micheli

Livorno
In this square there is the most important monument of the city: I Quattro Mori
Piazza Grande

Piazza Grande

Arezzo
The actractive scenario of the Giostra del Saracino (Joust of the Saracen) in the heart of the medieval city
Piazza Guido Monaco

Piazza Guido Monaco

Arezzo
A circular square dating back to the 19th century, situated at the crossroads of two large modern systems of roads
Piazza Mazzini

Piazza Mazzini

Livorno
Piazza Mazzini is a peaceful and renowned square dedicated to Giuseppe Mazzini, an Italian patriot, philosopher and politician of the 19th Century
Piazza San Francesco

Piazza San Francesco

Arezzo
A rectangular square situated at the crossroads of via Guido Monaco and the old Valle Lunga street
Piazza San Francesco

Piazza San Francesco

Pistoia
The present layout of the piazza only dates to the early nineteenth century
Piazza Santa Croce

Piazza Santa Croce

Florence
It is a rectangular space, a result of the urban intervention of the second-half of the 14th Century
Piazza XI Maggio

Piazza XI Maggio

Livorno
In this square there is Porta San Marco, one of the five doors of the duty walls
Piazzale Michelangelo

Piazzale Michelangelo

Florence
The most famous panoramic and suggestive point of Florence: the perfect place to enjoy a panoramic view of the entire city

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