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Florence / Tuscany on Sundays?

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My wife and I are going to be on a short trip to Tuscany August 16 through August 22. We are planning to spend 1-2 nights in Florence and the remainder of the time in Chiusi, which will serve as our base for day trips throughout Tuscany and/or Umbria. We still haven't decided whether we will stay in Florence at the beginning or end of our trip. We we will be there for one Sunday and given that many things are closed on Sundays, we are trying to decide if it makes more sense to be in Florence on Sunday or Chiusi (where we would take a day trip). Is there enough that will be open on Sundays in Southern Tuscany/Umbria or are we better off being in Florence on Sunday where, at least, many of the sites are open? Thanks so much in advance for any advice!

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