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1 Il Cupolino, 633m
2 Montalbano
3 San Miniato
4 Monte Pietramarina, 575m
5 Pieve di San Martino
6 Retaia, 768m
7 Monte Morello, 934m
8 Monte Falterona, 1654m; 80,2Km
9 Appennino Tosco-romagnolo
10 Monte Secchieta, 1449m
11 Pratomagno
12 Croce di Pratomagno, 1591m
13 Monte San Michele, 893m
14 Torre dell' Orologio
15 Monti del Chianti
16 Montignoso, 600m
17 Chiesa di Sant'Andrea
18 Volterra


Location: Rocca di Palaia      by: Giuseppe Marzulli
Area: Italy      Date: 27 September 2018

The title of this pano could have been: away from mass tourism.
There is Tuscany that everyone knows, like the art cities of Firenze, Siena, Pisa or Lucca; or the famous landscapes, such as the Chianti area, the Maremma or the Crete Senesi.
But there is also a Tuscany more distant from mass tourism, certainly less known and beautiful, but perhaps more authentic. Palaia is an example.


I really don't know but it is a nice place.
2018/10/10 22:55 , Mentor Depret
It is one of the many Tuscan villages outside the usual tourist circuits, but equally beautiful.
But what is it?
2018/10/10 23:04 , Giuseppe Marzulli
Beautiful Tuscany! I was already close to giving up. Now I found that this panorama is framed by San Martino to the left and Sant' Andrea to the right. Cheers, Martin
2018/10/11 15:17 , Martin Kraus
Bella Palaia!
Ma ci si deve andare il primo maggio, per la sagra del crostino...
Quanto a Toscana-away-from-mass-tourism penso di aver dato qualcosa anch'io con San Pellegrino in Alpe. Il cui albergo è peraltro diviso in due, dico proprio a livello di immobile, fra Castiglione Garfagnana, Lucca, Toscana e Frassinoro, Modena, Emllia Romagna.
2018/10/11 23:14 , Pedrotti Alberto

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