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The roof garden of the Palazzo Rosso

The roof garden of the Palazzo Rosso (a historic property listed by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage) is already documented in the deed of purchase of the Historic Residence (1494)

National Museum of San Matteo

The monastic complex dedicated to San Matteo was commissioned by Ildeberto degli Albizi and his wife Donna Teuta del fu Omicio, through the validation of two separate deeds, one dated 1027 and the other of 1028. The deed dated 18th May 1027 was signed by Donna Teuta who, with the consent of her husband, ordered the building of a female Benedictine monastery on a land owned by her, named after the apostle and evangelist St. Matthew.

Museum of Ancient Ships

The “Arsenali Medicei” were built almost four centuries ago by the Grand Duke Cosimo I de' Medici. Today they host the Museum of Ancient Ships of Pisa which tell of a millennium of commerce and sailors, routes and shipwrecks, navigations, life on board and the history of the city of Pisa. This storytelling is made trough the display of seven boats from the Roman period (four of which are substantially intact), dating from the 3rd century BC and the 7th century AD, and about 800 archeological finds.

Gombo beach in San Rossore

Gombo beach in San Rossore is a stretch of coastline which has been left to its natural evolution, and it is accessible only with a guided environmental tour.

Courtyard of Sapienza

La Sapienza (“the wisdom”) is the historic site of the University of Pisa, commissioned in the second half of the fifteenth century by Lorenzo il Magnifico and completed in the middle of the following century by Cosimo I de' Medici.

Church of San Frediano

The church of San Frediano is a place of Catholic worship in Pisa, located in the square of the same name.

Camposanto Monumentale

Founded in 1277 to accommodate the graves that until then were scattered all around the Cathedral, the building wanted to be a “large and dignified, secluded and enclosed place”. This is how one of the oldest Christian Medieval architectures for the devotion of the dead came into being.

Bastione del Parlascio

Pentagon-shaped bulwark that has lived a thousand different lives

Barga Cathedral

The first foundation of the Barga Cathedral, actually the Collegiate Church of San Cristoforo, dates back to before the year 1000


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