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    Hotel Villa S. Michele, opened on April 2009, is located in the main square of Carmignano and it is dipped into Tuscan hills. It has been created in perfect balance between the quiet of the place and the ease of reach quickly the most close and important...

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Campi Bisenzio

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The history of Campi Bisenzio can be explained by its numerous architectonic treasures.
The Parish os santo Stefano, built on 930, with a Romanesque façade, three naves and a beautiful XIV century wooden crucifix; the Church of San Donnino (IX century), the Church of San Andrea (XI century), which preserves a very important artistic masterpiesces, such as "Madonna con Bambino e Santi" (Holy Virgin with Baby Jesus and Saints) by Domenico Ghirlandaio and "Battesimo di Gesù" (Christ's Baptism) by David Ghirlandaio. The XIV century Palazzo del Potestà, the Strozzis Fortress, symbol of the city, dated back to the XI century, Villa Rucellai (XV century) and Villa Montalvo (XIV century).

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