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Valdera e Colline Pisane


Ponsacco - Villa Niccolini Ponsacco

As a place of strategic importance to the border between the republics of Pisa and Florence, Ponsacco was the scene of frequent clashes. In this period the birth of the old town, once surrounded by ramparts and walls, then destroyed by the Florentines.
Ponsacco is known as City Furniture and Furnishings: The Second World War saw the development of many small craft businesses engaged in the production of furniture and home furnishings, a tradition that continues today. On the initiative of furniture Ponsacco in 1947 was inaugurated the Permanent Exhibition of Furniture, whose seven floors now house more than a hundred stand of rooms, kitchens, living rooms, living rooms and furnishings.

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Pontedera Pontedera

The name is linked to the Pontedera Piaggio since 1924, when the engineer from Genoa Rinaldo Piaggio will relocate part of its aerospace industry, which after World War II was converted into a factory of motorcycles participating in the economic boom of the Sixties and transforming the face of the city.

Pontedera is now the Museum of the Piaggio Foundation "Giovanni Alberto Agnelli", which exposes the many models produced by over a vast historical archive. In an old warehouse is home to the Polo Sant'Anna Era, center of excellence in robotics and computer technology.

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Santa Luce

santa Luce - Lago Santa Luce

Documented since the ninth century, Santa Luce retains today only a few traces of the fortress and medieval urban structure, as well as a Romanesque church in the nearby village Pieve di Santa Luce almost destroyed by the earthquake that struck the area in 1846 of the Pisan Hills.

They are, however, the nature and the environment to characterize the municipality. The forests of the Holy Light are crossed by paths and hiking and biking. The oasis LIPU the artificial lake of Santa Luce has a visitor center and teaching laboratory, equipped nature trails and locations for bird watching.

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Terricciola Terricciola

Village of Etruscan origin, as documented by the recent discovery of a necropolis in the villages of Morrona and Soiana, in medieval times Terricciola had a system of towers, hence the name, derived from the Latin Turris. Of contention between Pisa and Florence remains the symbol of remembrance in the municipality, where there are half and half Florentine lily cross Pisa.

Although rural village, in the territory Terricciola places of artistic interest, such as the Shrine of Our Lady of Monterosso, the work of fifteenth Masolino by Panicale, Villa Gherardi Del Testa and Badia Camaldolese Morrona, today in a vast estate.

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Era and the Pisan Hills

Valdera e Colline Pisane Era and the Pisan Hills

The typical Tuscan landscape of this country is characterized by rolling hills interspersed with small rivers which join the river was, but it is also the result of the intensive farming this since ancient times. Here nature and human hands have joined forces for the retention of an extraordinary landscape.

The area retains much of its rural origins: the campaign has worked carefully with the fruit trees that prevailed in the plains, hills arabesque by olive groves and vineyards, numerous farms producing wine, olive oil, fruit, but also corn and sunflower.

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