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The Tarot Garden: a world beyond the world

Once upon a time there was a beautiful woman full of gifts and qualities named Niki de Saint Phalle: her harmonious figure was hairstyled by an open mind and a fervent creativity that led her to experience the art in its various forms. Restless and always on the move she visited the most disparate...

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Orbetello's lagoon: a natural reserve in town

The extension of Orbetello's Lagoon is about 27 squared KM and it is 1 mt to 2 mt deep at list. It is separated from the sea by two sripes of land called tomboli and an artificial bridge connects Orbetello to Monte Argentario and splits the lagoon in two parts: The Est one and the west one.Today...

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Ancient etruscan roads: vie cave

In the South-Western part of the province of Grosseto the territory color contrast become more evident: we pass from light yellow to bright green and to deep sky blue. The particularity of this contrasts is due to the presence of big and wide tufa platoos, a soft and malleable volcanic rock made of...

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Saturnia and its origins

The legend tells that Saurn broke a stone while hurling a lightening, because he was furious with his father who had chased him from God's mountain. Suddenly a flowing of hot water sarted to spring out the stone: the thermal baths of Saturnia were born.In Middleages vapours of hot thermal waters...

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The witch olive tree in Magliano

Some legends about The witch olive tree in Magliano tell obout witches dancing for Lucifer under it, or trapped into its big and twisted trunk. Someone says that a wiych was so devotad to Lucifer and the tree that Lucefer gave her the possibility to transform herself in a black cat after every...

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Church of San Giorgio

Church of San Giorgio is considered he most interesting monument of Montemerano for both its architecture and the works of art it contains. It was consecrated on October 30 1430, as stated in the plaque on the facade of the temple. The rite of consecration was very rare at that time and was...

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