Lodovico Cardi

One of the most famous Italian artists is certainly Lodovico Cardi, known as Cigoli. Painter, architect and sculptor owes his nickname to his birthplace, that is Cigoli, a small medieval

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Dilvo Lotti’s frescoes in the Museum of Memory in San Miniato

In the former refectory of the Dominican convent in San Miniato, five fresco scenes made by the painter Dilvo Lotti (San Miniato, 1914 – 2009) in 1934 were brought to

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Maria Maddalena of Austria in San Miniato

Coming down from the Convent of San Francesco to reach Piazza Bonaparte, there is a junction between via Angiolo del Bravo and via Pietro Rondoni: on the central building, in

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The history of Saint Miniato

San Miniato… Our city, a name that we pronounce many times in a year! But have you ever wondered who San Miniato was? Here is the history of Saint Miniato,

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In San Miniato there was the sea

Walking through the graceful hills of San Miniato, everyone can found fossil shells that emerge from the ground. To these fascinating presences, witnesses of a prehistory that tickles our imagination, the

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