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Montevarchi

Montevarchi is a town in the province of Arezzo, Tuscany, Italy

it:Montevarchi è un comune toscano di 22.945 abitanti in provincia di Arezzo

CityscapeEdit

BuildingsEdit

Il GuardingoEdit

Castellare of MontevarchiEdit

City WallsEdit

Monte PioEdit

Fattoria GranducaleEdit

Palazzo MariEdit

Villa GaleffiEdit

Villa MasiniEdit

Palazzo del LittorioEdit

Poggiolino FarmEdit

ChurchesEdit

Santa Croce alla GinestraEdit

Santa Croce a PietraversaEdit

San LeonardoEdit

Cennanino o CennanuzzoEdit

San Ludovico MonasteryEdit

CollegiataEdit

Sant' Andrea Apostolo a CennanoEdit

SS. RedentoreEdit

CappucciniEdit

Santa Maria al GiglioEdit

Santa Umiliana de' CerchiEdit

Sant' Antonio AbateEdit

Chiesa della MisericordiaEdit

MuseumsEdit

Museum of PaleontologyEdit

Museum of the Collegiate ChurchEdit

HistoryEdit

Montevarchi tra "Le cento città d' Italia"Edit

Montevarchi LostEdit

Work and IndustryEdit

TransportsEdit

PersonalitiesEdit

Guido Guerra VI (Lord of Montevarchi)Edit

Luberto or Roberto da Montevarchi (Painter)Edit

Benedetto Varchi (Humanist and historian)Edit

Francesco Pitti aka Pizio da Montevarchi (Poet)Edit

Raffaello Magiotti (Scientist)Edit

Alessandra Mari (Leader of "Viva Maria" antinapoleonic movement)Edit

Count Gastone Brilli Peri (Car racer and 1925 world's champion)Edit

Vincenzo Burzagli (Academician)Edit

Ruggero Berlingozzi (Historian)Edit

Ernesto Burzagli (Admiral)Edit

Romano Galeffi (Philosopher)Edit

People of MontevarchiEdit

Coat of ArmsEdit

MapsEdit

GeologyEdit

Smotte

Towns in the municipal district of MontevarchiEdit

LevaneEdit

Downtown

Levane Alta

Church of Santa Maria

LevanellaEdit

Mercatale ValdarnoEdit

Torre San Biagio

Santa Reparata

MoncioniEdit

RicasoliEdit

RendolaEdit

CaposelviEdit

SincianoEdit

Church of San Piero a Sinciano

San TommèEdit