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  • 1 Fortress Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    P.za della Fortezza I - 53024 Montalcino

    Standing at the entrance to the town, the high walls and five polygonal towers of this 14C fortress are remarkably well preserved. A parapet walk offers strollers wide-reaching views of the city. The keep is no longer lodgings for officers and noblem..

  • 2 Sant'Antimo Abbey Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    I - 53020 Castelnuovo-dell'Abate

    The Cistercian abbey of Sant'Antimo lies to the south of San Quirico d'Orcia in the heart of a typically, enchanting Tuscan landscape of olive and cypress trees. It is a fine example of Romanesque architecture and Burgundian style, evident in the amb..

  • 3 Town Hall Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    P.za del Popolo I - 53024 Montalcino

    The Town Hall, which stands on the aptly named People's Square, consists of a 13C palace, surmounted by a belfry and flanked by a handsome 14C-15C arcaded loggia.

  • 4 Church of Sant'Egidio

    Religious buildings

    P.za Garibaldi I - 53024 Montalcino

    The interior features an original, wainscotted nave, divided by three arches. Near the entrance is a large gilded wooden tabernacle dating from the 16C.

  • 5 Civic and Diocesan Museum

    Museums and art

    v. Ricasoli 31 I - 53024 Montalcino

    The museum contains not only a number of prehistoric and Etruscan objects and a collection of ceramic ware, but also paintings and polychrome wooden statues by the Sienese School, together with religious artefacts from the nearby abbey of Sant'Antimo..

  • 6 Church of Sant'Agostino

    Religious buildings

    v. Ricasoli I - 53024 Montalcino

    The façade of this 14C Romanesque-Gothic church reveals a rose window and an elegant marble doorway. Venture inside and admire the 14C frescoes by the Sienese School, in particular the Scourging of Christ and Scenes from the Passion by unknown artist..

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