San Mamiliano its history and its legends
Category: History, Curiosities and Legends in the Maremma
Many places in the Maremma hide a story or a legend that not everyone knows … If you love legends, curiosities, history and maybe even archaeological sites, you’ve come to the right place.
Il Mulino bianco
Il Mulino bianco, mythical testimonial of Barilla, is in Tuscany
San Galgano and “the sword in the Stone”
The day trip a little “out of town” but not to be missed. Magic!
The Magliano lead (il piombo di Magliano)
An important archaeological find in the Etruscan language.
Magliano in Tuscany between history and legends
Discovering the “secrets” of Magliano.
The olive of the witch
The olive tree of Strega is located in Magliano in Tuscany and is considered one of the oldest in Europe.
Malaria in Maremma
How malaria was eradicated in Maremma.
The brigands in Maremma and the story of Domenico Tiburzi
Maremma is a land of storytellers: brigands are still narrated today as modern Robin Hoods.
City of Cosa
A visit to the city of Cosa is a leap into the past and a look at the future. Ancient ruins … very modern.
The village of Talamone is a fortified fortress stretching towards the sea.
Discovering Porto Santo Stefano
Porto Santo Stefano is not just a seaside town: it is history, culture, tradition. But its people are the true beating heart of this lively place.
The Knight of the Lagoon
The documentary film about the fishermen of the lagoon.
The Etruscan pediment of Talamone
The Frontone of Talamone was found on the hill of Talamonaccio. It represents the tragedy of Oedipus, a moment of the myth of the “Seven against Thebes”.
The Spanish fortresses of Porto Ercole
A walk between Forte Filippo, the Rocca and Forte Stella, the fortresses that defended the Presidi State. A mixture of history and breathtaking landscapes.
The split of the queen and the Etruscan cut
In the Spacco della Regina, history and legend merge. Let your intuition guide you, you might find the treasure of Queen Ansedonia.