Montepulciano: the town walls are medieval and XIVth-century; Gothic architecture survives in the Churches of Sant’Agnese and Santa Maria dei Servi, the Town Hall, the MagistrateÃ•s office the Palazzo Neri-Orselli and the house of the Politian. Renaissance monuments include: the Cathedral – built between 1592 and 1630; the church of Sant’Agostino; the temple of San Biagio; the Avignonesi and Tarugi palazzi; palazzo Cantucci; the Ricci and Cervini palazzi. Baroque churches include: the Chiesa del GesÂ, Chiesa di San Bernardo, Chiesa di Santa Lucia; The Civic Museum has a collection of Tuscan art with works ranging from the XIVth to the XVIIth century. Montalcino is the birthplace of Brunello Wine, which someone once defined as the best and most renowned wine in Italy. From the height of its 564 m, the ancient town dominates the surrounding countryside, clinging to the slopes of a hill crowned by the imposing 14th century fortress. Pienza, a small town near Siena, is a rare example of Renaissance town building. Defined, from time to time, the “ideal city”, the “utopian city”, it represents one of the best planned Renaissance towns, where a model of ideal living and governing was realized thus working out the idea of a town able to satisfy the need for a pacific, civil and hardworking living. Visit Chianti side.
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