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The capital towns

An ancient and renowned thermal centre (mineral, bicarbonate-alkaline-sulphurous waters gush out at 45° C), the capital of the upper Savio valley lies in a green valley at the foot of the Apennine...
Importante centro casentinese il cui tessuto urbanistico è arricchito da notevoli palazzi rinascimentali e da importanti edifici religiosi, che custodiscono pregevoli opere d’arte. Nei dintorni,...
The historical events of the town begin with a castle that was already important before the year 1000, but its fame is linked to the life of Saint Francis, who loved the "raw stone" that dominates...
An important town at the bottom of the valley of the Casentino, it preserves evocative glimpses of the old urban layout arranged along the banks of the Staggia torrent, near its confluence in the...
An important Casentino centre with an urban fabric enriched by remarkable Renaissance palaces and important religious buildings, preserving valuable works of art. Nearby, inserted in the pleasant...
Portico di Romagna, location of the Municipality’s Town Hall, is a compact village that maintains many elements of the late medieval system. There are various ancient buildings with precious...
Located at the bottom of the Casentino valley, not far from Stia, this location is home to the Park. In the centre of the inhabited area there are notable examples of the traditional architecture...
This is the only inhabited centre of the upper valley of the Rabbi, in the middle of a solitary and wild territory. The village is characterized by a fortified medieval nucleus, dominated by the...
The town originates from the Benedictine abbey, which was built here in the eleventh century along the road to the following pass, called the Muraglione. The abbey church is an outstanding example of...
An important centre valley of the Bidente, a river that bisects the village and that for centuries has marked the border between the Papal States and the Grand Duchy of Tuscany. It is home to the...
Importante paese di fondovalle del Casentino, conserva suggestivi scorci del vecchio impianto urbanistico disposto lungo le sponde del torrente Staggia, nei pressi della sua confluenza nell’Arno....
Set in the small valley of the Tramazzo torrent, Tredozio preserves some buildings dating back to the time of the Florentine domination; the parish church of San Michele, restored in medieval forms,...

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