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Gavorrano

Gavorrano Among the ruins of the castle where Pia de’ Tolomei despaired

The story of the noblewoman from Siena killed by her husband still resonates today

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Roccastrada

Roccastrada Stone, forests, medieval history, bandits, miners and good food

A colorful and quiet place where the memory of miners lives on

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Follonica

Follonica Between the Maremma coastline and the old iron road

They call it the Pearl of the Gulf because of the magical beaches. But the old foundry runs in the veins too

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Grosseto

Grosseto The "Hut" Beach

Where imagination flies ~ di Ambra Famiani

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Massa Marittima

Massa Marittima A Masterpiece in the Tuscan Maremma

Journey to discover a unique square

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Scarlino

Scarlino Down but not out

A Garibaldi tour in Scarlino

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Castiglione della Pescaia

Castiglione della Pescaia Between sin and holiness: the life of Saint William of Maleval

The history of the Patron Saint of Castiglione della Pescaia

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Grosseto

Grosseto Butteri maremmani, the Tuscan cowboys: a legendary group of men

Intricate Mediterranean scrubs, threatening swamps and grazing animals ~ by Ambra Famiani

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Massa Marittima

Massa Marittima Sin and damnation: Accesa Lake

The secret hidden in the waters near Massa Marittima

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Castiglione della Pescaia

Castiglione della Pescaia Maremma, the witch

Gripped by a bewitching land ~ by Giovanni Veronesi

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Grosseto

Grosseto San Rocco a mare

A fisherman’s village where the sun plays off the colors ~ by Ambra Famiani

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Grosseto

Grosseto Stories from Roselle

“Its front part was a lion, its rear a snake’s tail, and in between a goat. She breathed deadly rage in searing fire.” (Iliad, VI) – by Ambra Famiani

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Grosseto

Grosseto The emperor and the prince, noble birds of prey and steeds

Frederick II of Hohenstaufen, the “Arte venandi cum avibus” and the high flight of Maremma’s “noblemen of the sky” - by Ambra Famiani

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