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  • 1 Medicis Quay

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Lungarno Mediceo I - 56127 Pisa

    This owes its name to the Medicis palace (the current head office of the Prefecture), much altered, where Lawrence the Magnificent stayed. At no. 17, the attractive Toscanelli palace hosted Lord Byron in 1821-1822 who wrote a part of Don Juan there.

  • 2 St Stephen's church

    Religious buildings

    P.za dei Cavalieri I - 56126 Pisa

    This church is clearly from 1569 except for the facade which is later. It mingles white, pink and green marble and is decorated with columns, pilasters and drapery effects. it also has the escutcheon of the Medicis and the cross of St Stephen.

  • 3 Palace of the Clock

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    P.za dei Cavalieri I - 56126 Pisa

    This palace was built by Giorgio Vasari in 1607 on two old buildings incorporating the remains of the Tower, known as the Famous one (della Fame): in this tower, so the story goes, the count Ugolino della Gherardesca, commander of the Pisa fleet, was..

  • 4 Church of St Catherine

    Religious buildings

    v. Santa-Caterina I - 56127 Pisa

    Another pretty facade, in white marble lightly streaked with grey, where sober blind Romanesque arcades merge harmoniously with two stories of high Gothic galleries. There are attractive monumental tombs of white marble.

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