Pieve di Castelvecchio – Pescia

A few kilometres from Pescia, in the green Swiss Pesciatina, we find the Pieve di S. Tommaso e S. Ansano, located in the small village of Castelvecchio, making it one of the oldest, most sacred and beautiful churches in Valdinievole.Read More

Biblioteca Capitolare – Pescia

The library’s origin is the legacy of Cardinal Romualdo Cecchi, who in 1648 donated his books to the Cathedral’s Chapter.Read More


San Francesco – Pescia

The Chiesa di S. Francesco is full of history and legend.Read More


San Domenico – Pescia

The Chiesa di San Domenico is part of the large complex originally intended for the Teatine convent of nuns and now the seat of the Azienda Pubblica di servizi alla persona di San Domenico.Read More


Basilica di S. Maria Assunta – Montecatini Terme

In the centre of the Municipality of Montecatini Terme and overlooking the perimeter of the square is the Basilica di S. Maria Assunta, inaugurated in 1962 and designed by architect Fagnoni with Spadolini, Stecchetti and Negri.Read More


Chiesa S. Pietro – Montecatini Alto

Chiesa di San Pietro Apostolo dates back to the 11th century and has undergone several changes over the years, the first of which was a total reconstruction that took place during the second half of the 12th century.Read More


Chiesa San Giorgio Porciano – Lamporecchio

Porciano is a small suburb of Montalbano and lies on the road from San Baronto to Vinci. It was originally an ancient fort along the perimeter of Barco Reale.Read More


Chiesa di Santa Maria della Fontenuova – Monsummano

Established in 1602 by Grand Duke Ferdinando I de’Medici, the Basilica della Madonna della Fontenuova defines the historical and urban centre of Monsummano Terme.Read More


Chiesa di Santa Maria della Salute e San Niccolao – Buggiano

The church, founded in 1038 by the lords from Buggiano as a private Benedictine monastery.Read More

ponte buggianese

Madonna del Buon Consiglio – Ponte Buggianese

In the Old Town of Ponte Buggianese is the Santuario di San Michele Arcangelo, dedicated to Our Lady of Good Counsel for the sacred image kept inside.Read More


Chiesa dei Santi Jacopo e Martino – Uzzano

The Chiesa dei Santi Jacopo e Martino is located at the top of the medieval village of Uzzano. The style is Romanesque despite being subjected to heavy Baroque modifications in the 17th and 18th centuryRead More

Chiesina Uzzanese

Chiesa di Maria SS. della Neve – Chiesina Uzzanese

The church, located in the main square of Chiesina Uzzanese was built around the mid-19th century.Read More


Chiesa Santi Pietro apostolo e Marco evangelista – Pieve a Nievole

A small but much loved church that exudes a medieval air. Built with rough stone, it’s accessed along a fairly steep climb.Read More


Chiesa di S. Silvestro – Larciano

Larciano’s church is dedicated to St. Sylvester as during his pontificate in the 4th century the town’s locals converted to Christianity.Read More


Pieve di S. Maria Assunta – Massa

It rose like every parish church next to a source to fulfil a baptismal function and was located outside the walls to ensure the peoples of its jurisdiction free access to the sacraments and the annexed cemetery area.Read More


Chiesa di S. Croce – Vinci

Thirteenth century but restored several times over the centuries, its Renaissance style look was executed between 1925-1935, giving it its present appearance.Read More

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