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The ruins of the monastery and on the top of hill a chapel with a Tuscan "Holy grail". Admission € 3.5 per person. Once paid, go into the ruins and then scramble into a steep hill with a very broken path. At the end you...More
Sports arenas now have convertible roofs that move aside in pleasant weather, a “convertible” building. Abbey of San Galgano was a Tuscan Cistercian monastery, now featuring roofless walls of the 13th century medieval Gothic church. Construction began in 1220, completed 60 years later, but within...More
This place is quiet impressive and definitely worth a visit when you are around! Due to a concert that was taking place that night, they closed the ruin a bit earlier than usual. This also meant that the abbey was filled with chairs when we...More
Knew I had to see this in person after seeing a photograph and it didn’t disappoint. We went on a Sunday morning expecting a church service to be conducted there but later found out it wasn’t in the ruin but the nearby church. It still...More
The moment that I learned about this site, I knew I had to see it for myself. Dating back to the 1200's, the Abbey is steeped in history and legend. It is isolated and off the beaten track, which only adds to its mystery. The...More
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I am so sorry I did not check this site so my answer is late. But for others with the same question, Our bride used an Italian wedding planner who may the arrangements. You might also contact the municipality( the mayor of Chiusdino performed the ceremony.