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Piazza San Michele in Lucca (Tuscany, Italy) with the white facade of the 11th-century church of San Michele in Foro. 
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Piazza San Michele in Lucca (Tuscany, Italy) with the white facade of the 11th-century church of San Michele in Foro.
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Piazza dell' Anfiteatro in Lucca (Tuscany, Italy). 
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Piazza dell' Anfiteatro in Lucca (Tuscany, Italy).

"Passages beneath the houses lead into this unusual enclosed oval space, which occupies the site of an amphitheatre built by the Romans in the 2C, The amphitheatre fell into ruin during the Barbarian invasions and provided a large part of the building materials used during the Middle Ages to reconstruct the town's churches, particularly the marble used for the façades. It was not until 1830 that this space was laid out with the medieval quarter." (Michelin Green Guide Tuscany, 2010).
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A receipt from a pizzeria in Lucca
Piazza San Martino with St. Martin's Cathedral in Lucca, Italy. 
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Piazza San Martino with St. Martin's Cathedral in Lucca, Italy.
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Piazza Santo Spirito, a typical Italian town square in the Oltrarno section of Florence, Italy. 
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Piazza Santo Spirito, a typical Italian town square in the Oltrarno section of Florence, Italy.

"The Piazza of Santo Spirito, once home to the School of St. Augustine, has often been called a theater and was perhaps intended as one. Even when the piazza is not the stage for political rallies or avant-garde mummers, it is a theater and, in spite of its size, an intimate one: In the morning produce is sold from carts under striped umbrellas, and in the afternoon used clothes are sold; and lovers stroll all the time, old people warm their bodies in the sun, children play ball (in spite of a plaque dated 1639 that forbids playing ball). The square has always served a communal function. For one of the most beautiful of all churches to gaze with its single deep-eyed window over such homely activities is the very essence of sincerity and charm." (Barbara Grizzuti Harrison: Italian Days, 1998).
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The Santo Spirito church, FlorenceOltrarno, Florence
Piazza del Duomo ('Cathedral Square') in Florence, Italy. 
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Piazza del Duomo ('Cathedral Square') in Florence, Italy.

On one side there is a monumental facade of the Santa Maria del Fiore cathedral, while on the other side there is St. John's Baptistry with its famous ornamented doors called the Gates of Paradise.
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Relief sculptures on the door of the Florence BaptistryRelief sculptures on the door of the Florence BaptistryRelief sculptures on the door of the Florence Baptistry
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