Montepulciano, Siena, wToscana, Italia.

Montepulciano, Siena, wToscana, Italia.

Ausflüge zu toskanischen Kulturschätzen | Siena - Herz der Toskana #reise #familienurlaub #vamosreisen Mehr

Ausflüge zu toskanischen Kulturschätzen | Siena - Herz der Toskana #reise #familienurlaub #vamosreisen Mehr

The Duomo, Sienna, Italy. Black and white marble interior.  1998

The Duomo, Sienna, Italy. Black and white marble interior. 1998

Things to do in Siena and in Tuscany as well as all the practical information you need for a family trip to Tuscany http://www.wheressharon.com/europe-with-kids/places-to-visit-in-tuscany/

Things to do in Siena and in Tuscany as well as all the practical information you need for a family trip to Tuscany http://www.wheressharon.com/europe-with-kids/places-to-visit-in-tuscany/

The medieval city of Siena is one of the best day trips in Tuscany and it easy to reach from Florence. If you go to Italy you have to check it out!

The medieval city of Siena is one of the best day trips in Tuscany and it easy to reach from Florence. If you go to Italy you have to check it out!

Tuscany, Italy  Photo by Savin Stanislav

Tuscany, Italy Photo by Savin Stanislav

Belvedere Haus in San Quirico in der südlichen Toskana Bilder: Poster von Terry Eggers bei Posterlounge.de

Belvedere Haus in San Quirico in der südlichen Toskana Bilder: Poster von Terry Eggers bei Posterlounge.de

Siena, Italy                                                                                                                                                                                 More

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Siena, Toscane, www.luxetent.nl/italie

Siena, Toscane, www.luxetent.nl/italie

Torre del Mangia - Siena, Italy. When the bell tower of Siena, Italy was built it was one of the tallest towers in Italy. The height was exactly the same as the cathedral, indicating that the church and government has the same power. Today it is a great tourist attraction as we climb the 400+ stairs to the top.

Torre del Mangia - Siena, Italy. When the bell tower of Siena, Italy was built it was one of the tallest towers in Italy. The height was exactly the same as the cathedral, indicating that the church and government has the same power. Today it is a great tourist attraction as we climb the 400+ stairs to the top.

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