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Palazzo Pretorio, Certaldo

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Palazzo Pretorio is located in Certaldo. To visit Palazzo Pretorio on your trip to Certaldo, use our Certaldo tour planner.
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  • I had been in Certaldo a decade ago, when the Palace had not been transformed into a Museum: it's wonderful, the frescoes in various environments are beautiful and well kept! I believe that, even on the sole palazzo pretorio, Certaldo is one of the most beautiful villages of Tuscany.
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  • Palazzo pretorio in intact and rare beauty. All rooms are well worth a visit, going to the Church with the shrine to the courtyard with tea house (this a gift of current cultural exchanges with Japan) the Vicar then descend towards the village up to the outer walls. Disappointing the home of Boccaccio, casual and cold: it's like a library.
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  • Very well preserved medieval palace. The visit will not take long because the Palazzo Pretorio is not extensive: allows you to immerse yourself in the past because it has preserved the charm of that time. Of great interest are the explanatory cards and inscriptions of some salt which well illustrate the Alliance system between the towns of the area in the course of the last centuries.
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  • Beautiful palace with amazing frescoes
  • Great location! On October 1, here the ceremony had a wedding of friends
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  • Fantastic glimpse medieval wedding services in the 21st century.
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  • Wonderful you feel the scent of the middle ages
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  • Wonderful glimpse of architecture in the time of Boccaccio
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