a photo of the fortress of San Miniato (Pisa) built in the Middle Ages for the German imperial vicars, and hosted several emperors including Frederick Barbarossa. Was born there the great Countess Matilda of Tuscany (1046). On July 23, 1943 was undermined and destroyed by retreating German troops, in 1958, but rebuilt by the Architect Baldi.
It's the beautiful Carnival of Santa Croce sull'Arno (Pisa), which takes place since 1928 and since then colors the streets with carnival parade, with 4 historical groups, both protagonists and opponents: Gli Spensierati, La Lupa, Il Nuovo Astro e La Nuova Luna (The Glorious, The Wolf, The New Astro and the New Moon) with prizes awarded during last Sunday. To be continued on the website...
Monteriggioni, on days May 1st, 13th and 20th, at 6pm, the Agresto Association of Monteriggioni (Siena) - organize a fun walk on the Via Francigena, with the participation of people in costume. Along the route of this road, the road that connected Rome to Europe, Monteriggioni is a plain out of time with its towers and fortifications, the history and art have created this natural beauty, this union remained faithful to origins...to be continued on the website
Vicopisano - It was just that to facilitate the capture of Pisa from Florence in 1406 that had early access to its port, as soon conquered Vicopisano. In the hands of the Florentines was ribuilt and there was built the fortress, designed by Brunelleschi...to be continued on the website