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1 Biancane
2 Castello Leonina Relais
3 Mucigliani


Location: Asciano      by: Giuseppe Marzulli
Area: Italy      Date: 13 agosto 2011
The area of Crete senesi (literally Siennese clays) are in my opinion one of the most beautiful Italian landscapes. The Crete Senesi refers to an area of the Italian region of Tuscany to the south-east of Siena.


2011/09/29 21:56 , Beatrice Zanon
Fantastic view 
Hello Giuseppe, I was there a few years ago and I can confirm this landscape is extremely impressive. Congratulations, Udo
2011/09/30 07:32 , Udo Schmidt
Ciao Giuseppe! Crete senesi - I've never seen such a landscape before and I fall immediately in love by the beauty of this unique place. Your wonderful panorama show me a familiar scene in a later season and by the way a typical of the Crete Senesi - the Biancane. White hills, only a few meters high without any vegetation.
You stand nearly at the same place as I stand three month ago :-) Maybe I load up my panorama in one of the next weeks.
P.S. The location on top of the hill is the Castello Leonina Relais (http://www.castelloleonina.com)
2011/09/30 17:07 , Werner Schelberger
Thank you for your comments. Udo and Werner, I am very happy that you know the Crete Senesi (photos by Werner of course I had already seen). Strangely, the Crete Senesi are almost unknown in Italy (outside of Tuscany).

@ Werner: my pano is taken from a very short distance from your (I had already noticed), but I've also taken another pano exactly from the same point of your (without knowing your).
And I have other panos of Tuscany taken randomly from the same point of your.
2011/09/30 21:34 , Giuseppe Marzulli
Giuseppe, I am sure you have to turn the pano right! Look for the trees, the house, the clowds and the pylons.
LG Jörg
2011/09/30 22:51 , Jörg Nitz
Ciao Jörg. I'm not sure I understand what you mean, but the pano is correct. Try to see on Google Earth. And I suggest you to visit the Crete Senesi, because they are a unique scenery.
2011/09/30 23:17 , Giuseppe Marzulli
Grüße Horst
2011/10/01 17:05 , Horst Helwig

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