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  Tuscan Grosseto and the Maremma
Grosseto itself is a relatively recent city that developed during the mediaeval period on a site where Etruscan boats used to pass through the marshes.
Grosseto was one of the principal Etruscan cities, situated at the mouth of the Ombrone river, in the once unhealthy Maremma country.
In 1137, Grosseto was besieged by Henry of Bavaria, envoy to Lothair III, and in 1138 Innocent II transferred the See to Grosseto, and Rolando, Bishop of Rusellæ, became the Bishop of Grosseto.
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 Grosseto - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It is first mentioned in 803 as a fief of the Counts Aldobrandeschi, in a document stating the assignment of the church of St. George to Ildebrando degli Aldobrandeschi, whose successor where counts of the Grossetana Mark until the end of the 12th century.
Its territory, moreover, was frequently ravaged, as in 1447 by Alfons V of Sicily and in 1455 by Jacopo Piccinino.
Grosseto is the episcopal see of a Roman catholic bishopric, a suffragan diocese of the archbishopric of Siena, also in Tuscany.
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 Tuscanweb, News, Grosseto   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Grosseto is a town in the central Italian region of Tuscany, the capital of the Grosseto province.
Grosseto is the largest city in the Maremma area in the most Sothern part of Tuscany; Grosseto was the last city to pass from under the dominion of Siena to that of the Medici who began building the fortifications which we can still see today.
Leopold II continued the draining works and the people of Grosseto dedicated him a monument - it was unveiled in the central piazza on 1 May 1846 - in gratitude for his love towards their land.
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 Rome, Italy (Province) - LoveToKnow 1911
ROME, a province of modern Italy, co-extensive with the compartimento of Lazio, but really covering a considerably larger area than the ancient Latium, even including Latium adjectum.
On the S.E. and E. alone it does not extend so far, the boundary being that between the former papal states and the kingdom of Naples, running from a point S.E. of Ter-racina along the eastern edge of the Volscian mountains to Ceprano, and thence along the Liris valley.
It follows the river for some distance, where it is conterminous with Umbria, and then runs S.W. to the coast,rwhere it is conterminous with the province of Grosseto (Tuscany), thus including a considerable portion of the ancient Etruria.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Rome,_Italy_(Province)   (280 words)

  
 Grosseto
Grosseto is a lively medium-sized city, situated on the edge of the province, just a few miles from the seaside.
Undoubtedly among the most important monuments is the cathedral or Duomo, constructed in 1200, with its characteristic white and rose colored marble facade, important masterpieces within as the fountain for baptism, the altar by the architect Ghini, and a table portraying the Vergin Mary by Matteo Giovannini.
The general term "Maremma" is today used to indicate the territory of the province of Grosseto: a plain under sea-level more and more undulating as we go to the inland, giving place to a hilly region, then pre-mountain and at last mountain one.
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Grosseto was described as follows in 1855 by Emanuele Repetti, in his Dictionary chorographic of Tuscany, printed in Milan: "Strong city.
The government of the Aldobrandeschi was extremely independent from the Imperial vicars, so that the autonomy of Grosseto was the motive of the siege suffered during the withdrawal of the German army from these territories from the part of the Duke Arrigo di Bavaria in 1137 after Christ.
The Medici decided to transform Grosseto in a fortified city launching the construction of the dry stone wall, and thanks to the Office of the Trenchers created in 1592 after Christ by Ferdinand I, also launched the construction of roads and hydraulic works of valorisation for the territory.
www.toscanaviva.com /Grosseto/Grosseto.htm   (606 words)

  
 Toskana.net - Holiday in Tuscany: Grosseto and Province of Grosseto
The farm Agriturismo Il Cerro Sughero is located is part of the locality Scarlino, in the Province of Grosseto, in the heart of the Maremma Tuscany, only a few steps from the sea away...
The small country inn Casa Montecucco is situated in the Province of Grosseto, in Maremma Tuscany, between the sea of Castiglione della Pescaia and the hinterland of Roccastrada.
The Peretti Farm is situated in the Province of Grosseto, in the Maremma in Southern Tuscany, only 5 minutes from Fonteblanda and the Argentario Coast away.
www.toskana.net /tuscany/grosseto.htm   (1826 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Grosseto
Grosseto is situated at the mouth of the Ombrone, in the unhealthy Maremma country.
Grosseto — cyclopean walls four miles in circumference, and sulphur baths, which in the last century were restored for medicinal uses.
Grosseto was one of the principal Etruscan cities.
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 GROSSETO and the Poggio of Moscona
Grosseto is situated in Southern Tuscany, about 12 km from the sea in the Ombrone alluvional valley, it has 76000 inhabitants.
Grosseto stood on a navigable stretch nearer to the mouth of the Ombrone River, and representing the main river port along the Tyrrhenian coast between Pisa and Roma.
Grosseto became part of the Florentine-Medici duchy in July 1557.
www.colonialvoyage.com /viaggi/grossetoeng.html   (657 words)

  
 Territory Grosseto
We don't know when the city of Grosseto was built: we can only trace it back to the Middle Ages.
Grosseto went definitely to Siena, after many battles and fight, in 1336.
After that, the province of Grosseto was divided from the province of Siena, and the city reflourished.
www.itinerary.it /tuscany/territory-grosseto.php   (236 words)

  
 Map Of Tuscany
Arezzo is located in the region of Toscana (Tuscany) and the province of Arezzo.
Grosseto is located in the region of Toscana (Tuscany) and the province of Grosseto.
Prato is located in the region of Toscana (Tuscany) and the province of Firenze e Prato.
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 Grosseto, Tuscany Map from Owner Direct Vacation Rentals
Grosseto Holiday Rentals - This region within of Tuscany includes towns and villages around the major center of Grosseto.
It is 56 km from the town of Grosseto on the slope of Amiata mount.
Marina di Grosseto Holiday Rentals - Visit this seaside resort which is situated between the evergreen pine forest and the sandy beaches at the very heart of the Maremma.
www.ownerdirect.com /map/europe/italy/tuscany-grosseto-map.htm   (614 words)

  
 Grosseto Italy, travel guide to Grosseto and its province, Tuscany Italy
A short distance from Grosseto are the remains of two among the most important and powerful Etruscan cities: Roselle and Vetulonia.
The long sandy shore runs from Punto Ala to Castiglione della Pescaia and Marina di Grosseto and continues beyond Pincipina a Mare to the wild coves of Marina di Alberese in the Maremma National Park.
If this is your first time in Grosseto, follow this link and find a comprensive guide to the area, with suggested places to see.
www.abctuscany.com /grosseto/index.cfm   (334 words)

  
 Grosseto, Italy
The provincial capital of Grosseto lies in the alluvial plain of the Ombrone in southern Tuscany, 12km/7.5mi from the sea.
Grosseto, now chief town of the province of the same name and the principal center in the Maremma, grew up in the Middle Ages around a small fort guarding the Via Aurelia, the old Roman road from Rome to Pisa.
Only under the Grand Duchy of Tuscany did the town achieve a modest growth in prosperity; but this was always dependent on the state of the drainage system and subject to the hazards of malaria.
www.planetware.com /italy/grosseto-i-to-gr.htm   (221 words)

  
 CPPS "Montalto" - History of the Centre
By executive order no. 1409 (PDF), the Council of the Province of Grosseto orders the official founding of the Centre and delegates the management of the Centre to the Associazione Intercomunale n.28.
In compliance with new regulations regarding veterinary activities, the management of the Centre is passed from the Associazione Intercomunale n.28 to the Province of Grosseto.
With the decision no.256, the Council of the Municipality of Civitella Paganico accepts the request of the Province of Grosseto regarding the management of the Centre and approves the agreement in principle.
www.cppsmontalto.it /centre/history.htm   (344 words)

  
 tuscany vacation rental : villas, apartments Grosseto - Maremma Toscana
The province of Grosseto offers a fascinating landscape with a great variety, unspoilt beaches with pine forest, high mountains and many places of interest, historic sites, medieval villages and towns and Etruscan excavations.
Visit the Maremma nature park and the highest mountain of Tuscany, the mount Amiata or the villages built on the "tuffo" rocks.
restored farmhouse between Grosseto and Siena (38 km), not far from hot springs of Petriolo Therme, 50 km from the coast,....
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 Province of Grosseto - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Grosseto (Italian: Provincia di Grosseto) is a province in the Tuscany region of Italy.
The Natural Park of Maremma lies in the province [2].
Town of Grosseto and the Maremma (in English)
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 Terra di Toscana, tuscany, guide, tour, accommodation, Visiting Tuscany - Sightseeing - Sight-seeing in the area, ...
This is how a traditional Tuscan song describes the area in the province of Grosseto that makes up the southernmost part of the region.
It is in fact experiencing something of a new age, providing high standards of accommodation and hospitality without falling into the trap of encouraging mass tourism, which is something of a deterrent for anyone looking for a quiet peaceful holiday.
The provincial capital, Grosseto, is a relatively youthful city that developed in the medieval period on a site where Etruscan boats used to pass through the marshes.
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 Marina di San Rocco - Porto Turistico della Maremma Toscana   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In fact, the structure was created at Marina di Grosseto which is situated on the central coast of the Maremma and is immersed in the green heart of Tuscany.
Marina di Grosseto, which received the Blue Flag of Europe several years ago, is the ideal departure point for the nearby isles of the Tuscan Archipelago (Giglio, Elba, Giannutri) or Sardinia and Corsica.
It is very close to the town of Grosseto, the capital of the province.
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 Real estate in Italy, restored farmhouse for sale in Tuscany, Grosseto  
The property is located in Gavorrano (a medieval village sung by Dante) in the province of Grosseto, set in the green countryside and in the tranquillity of a 17 acre wood of cork oaks, holm oaks, olive trees and Mediterranean scrub.
The sea is about 10 km away and the Gulf of Follonica and the island of Elba can be seen from the farmhouse which also overlooks the village of Bagno di Gavorrano, about 1 km away within easy walking distance.
The location enables daily excursions to the principal towns and cities: Grosseto (25 km), Siena (90 km), Pisa (140 km), Florence (170 km), Lucca (140 km) and Rome (200 km).
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 About Montepescali   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Montepescali, a town that dates back to the Xth Century, lies in the heart of the Maremma in the Province of Grosseto.
The earliest historical mention of Montepescali appeared between 1020 and 1053, during which time the castle belonged to the Pannocchieschi counts.
A royal decree removed Montepescali from the jurisdiction of the Comune di Roccastrada to that of Grosseto in 1905.
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 Acquedotto del Fiora - L'azienda
The Area covers the whole province of Grosseto and almost the whole province of Siena for a total of 56 municipalities.
The main municipalities are the provincial capitals, Grosseto and Siena.
The sole franchisee of Ato 6 since January 1 2002 is Acquedotto del Fiora, a joint stock company owned 60% by a public partner (all the municipalities of the Area) and 40% by a private partner.
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 Hotels, B&B, Farm Holiday, Apartments in grosseto Italy   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Located in a panoramic and quiet position, with an easy and accessible parking, near the old town, the 'Casina' is the right place to relax in the Etruscan country....
The mill at Giugnano is located below Roccastrada, in the Province of Grosseto in the Tuscan Maremma.
THE APARTMENT: Situated in the splendid place of Marina of Grosseto, to 50m from the sea, it is composed from: ample garden with sink and external shower, equipped porch, stay with read couch, zone lunch, kitchen with balcony, matrimonial room, bath with shower, for a total o...
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Rooms rental in Follonica, on the Maremma coast of the province of Grosseto.
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 Grosseto Province
The Archive is divided into various sections, among these two interesting ones are a section of historical postcards of Grosseto and another of the magazines published between 1800 and 1900 in Maremma.
A large linked map of Grosseto is also present, making it easier to view a specific site by their location.
Official site for the transportation agency of Grosseto and the province presents the main details on the routes and time schedules of the city bus lines and of those between the various localities in the area.
www.tuscany.org /Provinces/Grosseto   (606 words)

  
 Bed and Breakfast   (Site not responding. Last check: )
It is located on 'Poggio', the Tuscan name for a little hill, which dominates the valley of the Ombrone river.
In the heart of Maremma, near the Thermal Baths in Saturnia (13 km) and Manciano/Montemerano, as well as Pitigliano and Sorano, perls of Maremma, the Country House is surrounded by hills of olive groves and vineyards.
This typical Tuscan farmhouse is situated in the 'Alta Maremma', a vast area of wild nature dotted with medieval villages.
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