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LUCIGNANO

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LUCIGNANO

This small village is one of the most extraordinary examples of medieval town planning, by the installation of elliptical ring roads . Its good strategic location has been marked by the history of the castle's strongly disputed ownership for centuries. The name Lucignano probably derives from a "castrum romano" founded by the consul Licinius. Important findings report the presence of Etruscan settlements at that time as well.

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