Natural beauty, legends and stories in the emerald waters of the Cecina Valley

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During the summer there is an interest in swimming rivers, an alternative to the sea, not a makeshift but the choice to dive along particularly beautiful waterways, with crystal clear waters and perhaps a more difficult tranquility to find along the beaches. The Masso delle Fanciulle – Boulder of the Girls – and the Masso […]

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The Viareggio Carnival Fever comes to town!

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In the wake of the Commedia dell’Arte masks, Viareggio created its Carnival in the 30ies of last century and became one of the most important Festival in Italy and in the World.

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Massa Picta, an orang-ed city

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In upper Tuscany, the centenary cultivations of citrus fruits gives names and decorations to the city of Massa.

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The sad story of Bianca Maria Malaspina at the Fosdinovo Castle

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The walls of the ancient castle of di Fosdinovo, among the most beautiful Malaspina fortresses of Lunigiana, tell the story of the unfortunate Marquis Bianca Maria Aloisa, killed for her impossible love.

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A sea of historical Sails in Viareggio, Versilia

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This weekend the Historical Sails returns for the 15th Meeting of Historic Sails Viareggio, with the participation of Silent Cinema Holliwood stars! On the quay, the historical sails of Viareggio return to sway in the wind with their only apparently haughty charm, in reality only full of desire to leave. And all of us, enchanted […]

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That’s Amor

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These are the tastings that are sometimes done almost by chance, perhaps on a cold Sunday in January spent discovering places full of charm like the Lunigiana. Maybe entering a Café that could be any Café, to take heart from the breath that thickens in grayish clouds, in the air that for some reason, even if […]

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