Colle di Val d' Elsa   131794
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Location: Colle Val d' Elsa      by: Giuseppe Marzulli
Area: Italy      Date: August 2015
SOLVED RIDDLE.
Colle di Val d' Elsa certainly is not one of the most famous Tuscan towns. But the old town retains all the medieval character.
https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colle_di_Val_d%E2%80%99Elsa

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What happened to yesterday's town, Giuseppe? And which one was it?
2015/08/28 13:14 , Arne Rönsch
My heart says - i know it, i know it - but my brain remains silent ...
2015/08/28 13:14 , Christoph Seger
Don't know but I think somewhere in Toscana.
2015/08/28 14:02 , Mentor Depret
@Christoph: I know that you know.... You were very close.
2015/08/28 14:03 , Giuseppe Marzulli
@Mentor: yes, it is in Tuscany.
2015/08/28 14:04 , Giuseppe Marzulli
@Arne: The previous town had an error of stiching. I insert again.
2015/08/28 14:11 , Giuseppe Marzulli
Ein Hügel im Tal der Kurzform des Namens der englischen Königin?
2015/08/28 14:40 , Arne Rönsch
@Arne: I think you are correct. Bravo.
2015/08/28 21:31 , Giuseppe Marzulli
:-) 
My brain is back !!
2015/08/29 02:36 , Christoph Seger
I apologize for the delay in the solution, but I was traveling and could not be present.
2015/08/30 20:15 , Giuseppe Marzulli
@Christoph: I saw with interest and admiration your views of San Gimignano. San Gimignano is only a few kilometers from Colle di Val d'Elsa.
In Italian "Elsa" and "Elisa" (Elizabeth the Queen of England) are two completely different things. But I realized that the answer of Arne was correct. At least I think so ;-)
2015/08/30 20:16 , Giuseppe Marzulli
Not an area where I could contribute much in solving the riddle. But apparently a very beautiful place. Cheers, Martin
2015/08/30 21:32 , Martin Kraus
Dear Giuseppe!
Thank you for your kind words. In German we say " Auch ein blindes Huhn findet einmal ein Korn" - I think in Italian you say "Talvolta anche una gallina cieca trova un granello"
Herzlichst Christoph
2015/08/31 12:19 , Christoph Seger

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