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The Church and adjoining convent, founded between 1254 and 1278, belonged to the Humble Friars until 1584, when ...
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Arsenali medicei Arsenali medicei
It was Cosimo I de' Medici’s idea to build a shipyard in Pisa for the vessels of the powerful Tuscan fleet. ...
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Arsenali repubblicani Arsenali repubblicani
The first reference to a shipyard in Pisa is in the early 1200s when the city dock was constructed to the west, ...
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Campano Tower and other medieval buildings Campano Tower and other medieval buildings
The most famous building on Via Calvalca is the tall Campano (bell) Tower with pilasters culminating in a pointed ...
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Cappella Di Sant’Agata Cappella Di Sant’Agata
The chapel is first mentioned 1132. Being near the church of S. ...
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Casa Pardo Roques Casa Pardo Roques
Una lapide, posta sulla facciata del numero 22 di via Sant’Andrea, ricorda che in quel luogo il I° agosto 1944 si ...
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Casa natale di Galileo Galilei Casa natale di Galileo Galilei
Because the birth of this great scientist was registered as taking place in the parish of Sant'Andrea, until mid ...
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Casino dei Nobili Casino dei Nobili
In the Tuscan language, from at least the 16th century the word “casino” meant a place for recreation, for ...
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Cathedral Place - Archaeological Excavations Cathedral Place - Archaeological Excavations
Over the last seventy years numerous archaeological campaigns have been carried out in the Cathedral Place. ...
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Cathedral Place - Medieval Walls and Gates Cathedral Place - Medieval Walls and Gates
To the west and north of the Cathedral Place are the medieval walls, framing the lawn around the three Romanesque ...
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