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Arezzo Province

Right on the Tuscan border, the Arezzo province may be the anticamera dell’Umbria (Umbria’s lobby), but it also includes some of Tuscany’s richest cultural and natural sights. This is a land of illustrious sons, with Masaccio, Piero della Francesca, Michelangelo and Giorgio Vasari just some of the best known. It’s known for gastronomy, spiritual retreats, well-preserved medieval hilltop towns (including the classic townscape of Cortona), and forest adventures.

Last updated December 7, 2010
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