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This square is always busy with both locals and tourists bustling around, sitting outside on the church steps or enjoying a coffee or snack etc I. One of the cafes : there is also. tabac hi, a small market and fresh produce as well as...More
Luca Signorelli, who was born in Cortona in the 15th century, was one of the leading artists of the Italian Renaissance, well known for his portraying of the human anatomy. The nice square, named after him, is famous for its Palazzo Casali, which is the...More
One of two beautiful piazzas in the center of Cortona up a steep walk from the parking at the edge of the old city. This is a quite touristy but very lovely small city on a hilltop. This piazza is in the very center of...More