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Very very very nice old church near 1000, on the Franchigena way, one of the stop on the way, there... read more

Reviewed 18 January 2017
thegini69
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Gambassi Terme, Italy
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A jewel of art and history, devalued from a too bureaucratic management

In 990 AD Sigeric, Bishop of Canterbury, went to Rome to receive the Pope the "pallium", symbol of... read more

Reviewed 2 August 2014
Brun066
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Florence, Italy
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Reviewed 18 January 2017 via mobile

Very very very nice old church near 1000, on the Franchigena way, one of the stop on the way, there is also Sigerico hostel. In Gambassi Terme the best, near you can visit Certaldo ( Boccaccio city, Decameron ), Volterra ( Etruschi city very important...More

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Reviewed 31 August 2016 via mobile

We stayed in this area for a brief holiday and thought we could take a few moments to look at what from the reviews is a very interesting part of Italy's heritage. Unfortunately, like a previous reviewer we found the church closed. What made matters...More

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Reviewed 2 August 2014

In 990 AD Sigeric, Bishop of Canterbury, went to Rome to receive the Pope the "pallium", symbol of the dignity of archbishop. Upon his return, he recorded in his diary the 80 stages ("submansiones") walked in as many days to get back from Rome to...More

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