Clement VII and Michelangelo in San Miniato

Chronicle of a meeting It’s 1533. Pope Clement VII (Giulio de’ Medici, 1478 – 1534) leaves from Rome for Nice to celebrate the wedding of his granddaughter Catherine de’ Medici

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San Miniato and the Witches

Since I was a child, I have always been fascinated by stories and legends. My grandmother used to tell me many anecdotes and one of these concerned the witch hunt

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Celebrate wedding in San Miniato in Tuscany

When a couple decides to get married, there are 2 crucial moments: choosing the date, the type of wedding and the location for the ceremony. When I think of the

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The Cathedral of San Miniato

The beautiful Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta e San Genesio is the principal church of San Miniato and it’s located in the oldest part of the city, overlooking the square

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Six reason to visit San Miniato

San Miniato is considered one of the most beautiful villages in Tuscany! It’s no coincidence that over the centuries it has been at the center of historical events and also

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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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