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The amphitheater at Siena's Fortezza Medicea hosts open-air cinema in summer. It's wonderfully romantic and the films are often great classics. Just take warm clothes - even in mid-summer it's chilly up there.
Built by order of Cosimo de' Medici in 1563, this fortified brick castle was decommissioned as a military barracks in the late-18th century and converted into a public park. It's now a popular leisure facility where locals come to relax in the garden, jog around the perimeter or meet friends for an…
The Medici Fortress is perfect for relaxing, walking, jogging and enjoying a nice view of the city.
Every Wednesday morning the markets are held near the Fortezza. You will find a bit of everything from clothes and leather gear to kitchenware and linen, flowers and plants, and food stalls. Great fun to wander around and soak up the atmosphere whilst picking up a few bargains.
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“The 14th century cathedral of Siena is a stunnig monument which is not only beautiful out side but has unbelievable treasures inside from Michelangelo statues to Pinturicchio frescos ,from marble floors to colummes 10 meter high.”
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“Some children love gore, in which case, nothing beats the relic of Santa Caterina in the church of San Domenico - it's her mummified head! Her thumb is also on display.”
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“After having deeply thought at which was my favorite place in Siena, I believe that Santa Maria della Scala is. I feel the immense importance of the philosophy of hospitality, that led our ancestors to create this ponderous architectural system, used since centuries also as city hospital. Nowadays it has been turned into an amazing museum hosting different events and shows.”
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“Cucina toscana rivisitata da chef giovani e competenti. Un luogo dove il gusto è di casa”
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“St Catherine once lived here with her parents and 24 siblings (locals joke her mother must have been a saint too). Now a pilgrimage site overseen by nuns of the Benedictine order, the home's original kitchen and sleeping area were frescoed and converted into chapels in the 15th century. The larger Chiesa del Crocifisso (closed between 12.30pm and 3pm) was added in the 17th century. The downstairs Orotorio della Camera includes the saint's untouched, nearly bare cell.”
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