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  • 1. Casa di Giorgio Vasari

    Historic Home

    Giorgio Vasari (1511–74), the region's leading mannerist artist, architect, and art historian, designed and decorated this house after he bought...Read More

  • 2. Casa di Santa Caterina

    Camollìa | Historic Home

    Caterina Benincasa was born here in 1347. She had divine visions and received the stigmata, but is most famous for her words and her argumentative...Read More

  • 3. Casa Natale di Giacomo Puccini

    Historic Home

    Lucca's most famous musical son was born in this house. It includes the piano on which Puccini composed Turandot, scores of important early...Read More

  • 4. Casa Natale di Leonardo

    Historic Home

    No one knows the precise location of Leonardo da Vinci's birthplace, but this typical 15th-century Tuscan house is in the general vicinity and...Read More

  • 5. Palazzina dei Mulini

    Historic Home

    During Napoléon's famous exile on Elba in 1814–15, he built this residence out of two windmills. It still contains furniture from the period...Read More

  • 6. Poggio a Caiano

    Historic Home

    For a look at gracious country living Renaissance style, take a detour to the Medici villa in Poggio a Caiano. Lorenzo "il Magnifico" (1449...Read More

  • 7. Villa Chigi


    Peek at the gardens of Villa Chigi, a 19th-century villa built on the site of a 14th-century castle (actually the "new castle" from which Castelnuovo...Read More

  • 8. Villa Medicea

    Historic Home

    On the night of July 15, 1576, Isabella de' Medici, daughter of the all-powerful Cosimo I, grand duke of Tuscany, was murdered by her husband...Read More

  • 9. Villa Medicea La Ferdinanda di Artimino

    Historic Home

    In the small town of Artimino, next door to Carmignano, is the Villa Medicea La Ferdinanda di Artimino. Built by Ferdinando I de' Medici (1549...Read More

  • 10. Villa Reale


    Eight kilometers (5 miles) north of Lucca in Marlia, this villa was once the home of Napoléon's sister, Princess Elisa. Restored by the Counts...Read More

  • 11. Villa San Martino

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    A couple of miles outside Portoferraio, this splendid villa was Napoléon's summer home during his 10-month exile on Elba. Temporary exhibitions...Read More

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