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Badia a Passignano, Tavarnelle Val di Pesa
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Badia di Passignano or the Abbey of Passignano is an historic abbey in the comune Tavarnelle Val di Pesa, Province of Florence, Italy. It dates back to before the year 1049 when a then-ancient abbey was donated to John Gualbert and was restored.
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  • the Abbey has an exceptional historical importance, and still gives its value, although destroyed several times, and 150 years ago forfeited by the State and sold to private individuals who have transformed into a villa. the scenic location, in a beautiful natural environment, saves her, since the place is pretty desolate, and unwelcoming. Sometimes you see the Church open, however fascinating, but the current occupants of the convent looks like do everything to disregard the moral duty to make this artwork from the past. I suspect that they have been kept at a few opening at the rate of contributions for the restoration. the fact is that only with obstinacy, returning several times, you can access a visit, that you do not wish to know exactly how and times, even assuming that this is not a museum. ultimately, a nice little attitude and even repulsive. too bad, because all I could do a real Pearl of Tuscany, of the first magnitude
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  • October 19. 2016 we visited Osteria di Passignano with friends of us. We had already decided to have the tasting menu (6 courses) and the wine menu. You feel welcome the minute you enter the restauran...  more »
  • From afar you see it and you fall in love. In a hillside covered with olive groves and vineyards stands on a small Summit this Benedictine monastery. The wooden choir.
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