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anghiari

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montecalvello

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Walking in Tuscany
             
 
Cutigliano - Palazzo Pretorio
Cutigliano [1]

album Surroundings
       
   

Cutigliano


   
   
Cutigliano is a picturesque village in the Pistoia Apennines, situated on a spur close to Monte Cuccola. Cutigliano is located about 50 kilometres northwest of Florence and about 25 kilometres northwest of Pistoia.
Together with the nearby Collodi, Cutigliano has a Bandiera arancione, an orange flag, a mark of quality that the Touring Club Italiano awards to small inland communities that distinguish themselves by their excellent environmental tourism.

   
   

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Cutigliano in una foto del 1938 [2]

 

The still prevalently medieval urban layout is an invitation to stroll about the city. From Piazza Catilina, whose name recalls the defeat of the Roman condottiero, the traditional stroll along Via Roma invites a stop in the small square
in front of the Palazzo dei Capitani della Montagna for a short conversation in the shade of the15th-century loggia. The imprint of the same historical period is also easily seen in the Church of the Madonna della Piazza that is found a few steps
away from the small square of the town hall. The stroll continues immediately outside the village as far as the Pallaia Bridge and the Church of San Bartolomeo.
From it is also very pleasant to continue along the dirt road that leads easily to the panoramic square of San Vito. The way, evocative and shady during the hottest periods, is about 2 kilometers long. The yellow façade of the imposing town hall is characterized by the coats of arms of the various Captains of the Mountain that stood here in the past to protect the town. the Church of the Madonna di Piazza, dating back to 1600. It has a single nave and houses a precious terracotta panel in the “Della Robbia” style which probably dates back to the sixteenth century and represents a Madonna with Child and the Saints Anthony the Abbot and Bernardino from Siena.
Cutigliano borders Abetone, Bagni di Lucca, Fanano, Fiumalbo, Piteglio and San Marcello Pistoiese.

 

 
   
 


[1] Photo byZyance, licenziato in base ai termini della licenza Creative Commons Attribuzione-Condividi allo stesso modo 3.0 Unported
[2] Di ignoto - CTI Toscana, Pubblico dominio, https://it.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?curid=5271522


Walking in Tuscany

Walking in Tuscany |  CUTIGLIANO • PRATALE • LIZZANO P.SE

Leave Cutigliano in the direction of the Church of San Bartolomeo (625 m.).
From the church square, go past the traffic light and then along
Via Pietro Pacioni.

See www.pistoiaturismo.it/pdf