The province of Pistoia (Italian: provincia di Pistoia) is a province in the Tuscany region of central Italy. Its capital is the city of Pistoia and the province is landlocked. It has an area of 964.12 square kilometres (372.25 sq mi) and a total population of 291,788 inhabitants (as of 2015). There are 22 communes in the province.
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Henry Moore, one the great sculptors of the 20th century, called Pisano the first modern sculptor. The pulpit here at Sant'Andrea is one of his masterpieces and this piece alone make Pistoia a place that might be visited. Less than a half hour from Florence, Pistoia is a quiet town not inundated by tourists -- the pulpit here is a 13th century work that predates the Renaissance. Pisano worked at both Pisa and Siena. Here the pulpit has five reliefs: the Annunciation and Nativity; the Adoration, the Dream of the Magi and the Angel warning Joseph; the Massacre of the Innocents; the Crucifixion; and the Last Judgement. Remarkably fine work where people come alive.
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The Cathedral plaza of Pistoia looks authentically medieval as at least three of its sides are formed by medieval edifices. Those are Palazzo Pretorio and the Baptistery, Palazzo dei Vescovi and the Cathedral itself on the southern side, and Palazzo del Comune. Two other buildings, the Monte dei Paschi bank and Palazzo del Governo seem to be of 17-18 century but fit the environment perfectly.
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Siamo aperti tutti i giorni dalle ore 9,30 alle ore 13 e dalle 14,30 alle 24. Venite a trovarci !!!
when we arrived after a long wait(made a mistake with timetable, the railway shuts for lunch for some inexplicable reason.) the area was delightful, the ancient church was a delight, a few relics, like an old thumb, the said saint being the patron saint of...MoreNext time, you make a favor to everyone, you stay at home at least do not break the balls and do not write stupid things.
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don't miss visiting. rather than driving or taking the funicular, try walking the trail....it was a great adventure
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This grand church / Duomo is a spectacular one with its outside packed layered alternating dark and white marble colors surmounted with marble boxes in classic design, really beautiful. Entrance through massive sculptured doors into a gilt filled interior packed with masterpieces. Must see when in Pistoia. ...
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We went to this market to look for porcini mushroom since it was the right season. We found only one stall selling it. The mushroom was very interesting and they have all sizes. We checked out the tomatoes and while they were not bad, they were not as sweet as some others that we had elsewhere. The piazza was crowded, and the eating places around the square were pretty busy. Extending out towards the street was another market, selling all kinds of household items, clothings etc. It was a good way to spend a morning away from the hotel. Right around the corner you can find amazing buildings. A nice walk all around the neighbourhood would be my recommendation.
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This suspension bridge is remarkable for at least two reasons.
The first is its character in itself, of engineering work that arouses strong emotions in visitors, being one of the longest pedestrian suspended Bridges in the world.
Some reviewers wrote that the path isn't recommended for those with fear of heights. I would fade this statement: I suffer from fear of heights, but I crossed the bridge without major problems. I would say that those who aren't afraid to get on a ropeway, can also enjoy this bridge: it is well protected by closed railings, and even if you wanted you could not fall.
The second reason of interest is that it tells to us of a recent past (about a century ago) in which this region was the center of busy metallurgical industries, today completely disappeared and becoming subject of industrial archeology. It is just to shorten the walking trails of the workers who came to the factories, that this bridge was built, which is also now only a tourist attraction
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This small, beautiful lake is best visited in autumn when the colours are amazing due to the "mirtille" plants all have gone red [see images]. The lake is home to a rare frog [only lives here] btw. Directions to get to Lago Nero. Drive up to Abetone [from La Lima]. Just before the village of Abetone [a dreadful place btw] you will see a sign at the left of the main road for Val di Luce [downhill] and the botanical Gardens [uphill]. When you arrive at the bot. Gardens, park in front, or when full, drive a bit further up on the road where you will see a large parking lot [used in the old days for skiers]. Put on your walking boots and walk appr. up in 1,5 hours [uphill] to Lago Nero [signposted, track 102 and 104]. When arriving at Lago Nero [there is a rifugio, open all year] you have many other possibilities to hike further up. One of the nicest ones i.m.o. is to go further uphill to Campolino [track 100] where you may encounter marmots on the rocks on the way up. Used to be an old ski station which was removed a few years ago. Take water and food with you.
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