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Earthquakes in Tuscany

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For the past two days, there have been frequent, although not major, earthquakes in the area of Florence and the Chianti region. There have been no injuries reported, and just minor damage to buildings. The largest tremor measured 4.1 on the Richter scale.

The fact that there have been dozens of tremors is very disconcerting. Lots of people are sleeping in cars or tents, and some masses have been held outdoors.

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