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Palazzo dei Vicari, Scarperia e San Piero

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Palazzo dei Vicari is located in Scarperia e San Piero. Use our Scarperia e San Piero vacation planner to arrange your visit to Palazzo dei Vicari and other attractions in Scarperia e San Piero.
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  • Square with church and castle, small friendly town, good pizzeria on Main Street. Lots of little shops selling hand made knives with bone handles, great ice cream shops.  more »
  • There was a kind of a festival, but we missed it. Some other couples from Germany told us, it is very nice.  more »
  • You do not need to be a fan of knifes to be fascinated by this museum. It contains an intelligent and comprehensive display of their functions and how they have been used in art. For instance, the con...  more »
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  • A blast from the past and traditions of Scarperia with knife Museum
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  • If you go over there, don't miss Scarperia, with its beautiful piazza and Palazzo dei Vicari, whose architecture recalls the Palazzo della Signoria in Florence. You can visit inside and contains beautiful frescoes, as well as the Museum of cutting tools, being Scarperia for centuries famous for its artisan shops of Cutlers. Finally, if you love walking on the trails, take a ride up on the fortress of ' 500 in nearby San Piero. The Interior is not open to visitors, but the perimeter is all walkable.
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  • A historical building in one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, Scarperia. Wheelchair access with elevator. Rooms well maintained Museum of cutting tools and a flagship of the country's history of blades. It is worth taking a guided tour. To book, eye to opening hours.
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  • Opening a bit tight though summer. View on the blades very interesting. Palazzo vicari well preserved.
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  • Nice
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