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Grosseto wheelchair accessible tours, a city lying in the green plain crossed by the Ombrone river.
Was founded in 935 by the survivors of Roselle.
Formerly an Etruscan and Roman center, who escaped the devastation caused by the raids of the Saracen pirates.
Grosseto, is the largest city in the Maremma.
The Grosseto walls were built at the behest of Francesco de’ Medici on a project by the architect Baldassarre Lanci.
The old moat was demolished in the mid-nineteenth century by order of the Grand Duke Leopold II.
Not everyone knows that it is one of the few that have remained almost intact to this day, together with the walls of Lucca, Bergamo and Ferrara.
In 1593, after 19 years of work, the Medici coat of arms was placed on the Bastione Fortezza as evidence of the undertaking completed.
In addition to the walls and fortifications scattered along the city perimeter, however, Grosseto is also rich in other monuments and places of interest.
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Entering the historic center you will have the impression of stepping on centuries of history, everything seems suspended in time.
The historic center, still closed within the Medici Walls, practically intact and equipped with six bastions that served as guard posts.
Is a real fortified citadel dominated by the imposing construction of the Sienese Cassero dating back to 1344 and incorporated into the Cinquecento, inside the hexagonal bastions.
Your visit can only start from Piazza Dante, surrounded by beautiful colored buildings with arcades.
From there, in the adjacent square, you reach the Cathedral of Grosseto, the true symbol of the city.
Its construction dates back to 1294 and was built by the architect Sozzo di Rustichino.
Among the things to visit absolutely there is the Archaeological and Art Museum of Maremma which is located in Piazza Baccarini.
It houses Etruscan urns, numerous objects and finds from the archaeological site of the ancient city of Roselle.
Did I persuade you to visit Grosseto for a day?
Then it is a strategic base for visiting the Maremma, its wonderful villages and the coast!
Not to mention the typical dishes, delicious and true!
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