Montecarlo, Italy

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Montecarlo, Italy is a small village in the Tuscany region.  It was reportedly founded in 1333 and has be a part of Florence from 1437.  There was a colosseum like in Rome only smaller. Quant cobblestone streets and shuttered windows.  I was really a perfect little village. We enjoyed walking the streets and seeing the sites but like all excursions we were under time restraints and couldn’t explore very much.

This last picture of “steps” is actually the judgement bench where the Judges sat and handed down punishment and made decisions.

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