This Tuscan city situated amid rolling green hills and quiet, offers an important artistic heritage. From the Etruscan period to the Renaissance, through the Middle Ages, the Arezzo monuments are numerous. Do not miss the medieval villages near the city Duomo The wonderful Gothic church houses important works of art, including the famous fresco of La Maddalena, directed by Piero della Francesca. Chiesa San Domenico This medieval church houses a wooden crucifix by Cimabue. Basilica San Francesco The basilica houses the famous Bacci Chapel with the cycle of frescoes The leggenda della Croce Vera, directed by Piero della Francesca in the Renaissance. Santa Maria della Pieve Enjoy this beautiful church tower (59 meters high) and, inside, the paintings of Pietro Lorenzetti. Santissima Annunziata This church houses important works of art, including Vasari and Pietro da Cortona. It also has a beautiful gate of the fourteenth century. Piazza Grande The beautiful main square of Arezzo is home to important monuments, including the Loggia made by Vasari and Palazzo della dei Laici Fraternity. Fortezza Medicea From the top of the fortress of the sixteenth century of Arezzo, situated on a hill, emerges a wonderful panorama of the city and surrounding countryside. Museo Archeologico Gaio Cilnio Mecenate Archaeological Museum Arezzo is home to pieces ranging from prehistoric to Roman times. Very important is the Etruscan period. Badia delle Sante Flora e Lucilla This church houses important & oe

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