The Pratomagno is a mountain range which has the Arno River on both sides: to the west is the upper Valdarno and to the east is the Casentino.
Incisa in Val d'Arno is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Florence in the Italian region Tuscany, located about 20 kilometres (12 mi) southeast of Florence.
Latitude: 43° 39' 17.28" N
Longitude: 11° 26' 56.44" E
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Palazzo dei Cartelloni, also known as Palazzo Viviani, is a Baroque-style palace in Florence, region of Tuscany, Italy.
The Badia Fiesolana is an old monastery located in the town of Fiesole (in the quarter of San Domenico), northeast of Florence, Italy.
Stadio Virgilio Fedini is a multi-use stadium in San Giovanni Valdarno, Italy. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of A.C.
The Sieve is a river in Italy. It is a tributary of the Arno River, into which it flows at Pontassieve after a course of 62 km.
Santa Maria dei Candeli is a former church situated in the Borgo Pinti in central Florence.
San Giovanni Valdarno railway station (Italian: Stazione di San Giovanni Valdarno) is situated on the Florence–Rome railway line, 50 km from Florence, on the section between Florence and Arezzo.
L'Istituto Statale della Ss. Annunziata (English: The Ss. Annunziata Boarding School) was the first female boarding school in Florence, founded for the daughters of Marquis Gino Capponi. The Institute was created in 1823, to educate aristocratic and…
The Istituto agronomico per l'oltremare (IAO) (Overseas Agronomic Institute) in Florence, Italy, is a technical and scientific body of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The Fonte di Fata Morgana (in English: Fata Morgana's Spring), locally called the Casina delle Fate (Summerhouse of the Fates), at Grassina, not far from Florence, Italy, in the comune of Bagno a Ripoli, is a small garden building, built in 1573–4 a…
The Villa Salviatino, Maiano, in the frazione of Maiano on the steep slope south of Fiesole, is a Tuscan villa overlooking Florence.
Cintoia is a locality in Greve in Chianti in Tuscany, Italy, between Florence and Siena.