MONTERIGGIONI, A DIVE INTO THE MIDDLE AGES by visit tuscany.com

Monteriggioni maintains most of its 13th-century structures, a truly unique place, even amid the many medieval towns of Tuscany. A 570-meter-long wall wraps its way around the hilltop, dotted with 14 impressive towers. The village within the walls revolves around a central piazza, home to the church of Santa Maria Assunta. While this building best preserves the town’s age-old traits, copious features, notably narrow streets, have survived in these walls for centuries

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