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The ancient center of Chiusdino tells us about a settlement that already announces the Maremma, ie an area of coastal Tuscany little populated and poor since the early Middle Ages (although Chiusdino is small, it's the largest settlement for dozens of Kms around). It features...More
We didn't stay very long, as we had only a couple of hours to have lunch, and quickly walk around the town, before getting ready for a wedding. We didn't get into the church and we heard it is pretty. But we felt like we...More
The historical centre of Chiusdino appears largely unchanged since the last building was constructed many centuries ago. A maze of alleys, steps and steep streets covers the top of the hill on which the town is built. They seem proud of their local saint and...More
Chiusdino is so small that you can explore it in its entirety in perhaps 20 minutes, but being there is like stepping back in time. There are two interesting churches plus the birthplace of Saint Galgano, after whom the ruined Abbey of San Galgano is...More