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Luccca, Italy is known for its art and one of the most charming cities in Italy. Credit for photo: Italy IT.

Devil's Bridge, Lucca, Italy. Ponte della Maddalena (Italian: "Bridge of Mary Magdalene") is a bridge crossing the Serchio river near the town of Borgo a Mozzano in the Italian province of Lucca.

Ponte della Maddalena (Italian: "Bridge of Mary Magdalene") is a bridge crossing the Serchio river near the town of Borgo a Mozzano in the Italian province of Lucca. One of numerous medieval bridges known as Ponte del Diavol

The Guinigi Tower in Lucca, Italy, constructed in the 1300s.

Ancient History - Antiquity - Archeaology The Guinigi Tower in Lucca, Italy, constructed in the The seven oak trees planted on top are thought to be hundreds of years old

The Villa Torrigiani..as seen in the book- Walls by Florence De Dampierre. Seventeenth century frescoes adorn the loggia of the 16th century Renaissance Villa Torrigiani outside Lucca (Photo by Pieter Estersohn)

The Villa Torrigiani.as seen in the book- Walls by Florence De Dampierre. Seventeenth century frescoes adorn the loggia of the century Renaissance Villa Torrigiani outside Lucca (Photo by Pieter Estersohn)

Lucca, Italy. A city not overrun by tourists. Come see the local life. The bike ride around the city is a must!

Lucca, Italy, West of Florence. this is a great picture, i love how you can see the reflection in the puddle!

Lucca, Italy, view of the Amfiteatro. In medieval times it was the amphitheater, it retains its original shape.

Cycle Toscana. Discover Tuscany by bike, stress free

Spent an awesome summer there! This is a view of the Amfiteatro. In medieval times it was the amphitheater. It retains its original shape and a lovely place for a gelato and evening passeggiata.

Olive Tree Roof Garden

The Torre Guinigi is the most important tower of Lucca, Tuscany, central Italy. This tower is one of the few remaining within the city walls. Its main characteristic is its hanging garden on the roof of the tower. We have been to the top 👍🏻

Seven full grown oaks trees atop the 14 story, about 44 metres high, Tower of Guinigis in Lucca, Italy are a strange sight and a great tourist attraction.  The tower was built in mid fourteenth century by the Guinigis, a rich merchant family of the town.

To visit: Torre Guinigi Lucca, Italy by Paul Seligman The Guinigi family grew the trees so that the tower would be higher than the cathedral spire. The rule was that family towers, (to indicate wealth), could not be higher than the cathedra spires.

Gelateria, Lucca, province of Lucca Tuscany

Gelateria Lucca Italy, pretty sure this is where me and hubby sat and had a drink

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