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What to see in Semproniano, Grosseto, Tuscany

Located in the municipality of Semproniano, the village of Petricci, despite its recent origins, stands on land with historical roots dating back to the 9th century AD. Toward the end of the 18th century, the small settlement, consisting of a single block of flats and a private chapel dedicated to St. Anthony of Padua, was chosen as a spiritual reference point because of its privileged position on the main communication route between Mount Amiata and the Maremma.

Next to the central nucleus, a series of scattered hamlets spread over the territory, following the names of: Poggio, Cà di Rossi, Casone, Calizzano, Cadoragno, Caese, Acquaiana, Paiccia, Boschetto, Cadivido, Marruchina and Belvedere.

Of these, Calizzano represents the oldest center. Within its territory once stood a castle and two churches: that of San Giusto, attached to a convent, and the Church of San Leonardo.

Explore Petricci, a charming village in Semproniano with historical roots in the 9th century.

  • 58055, Semproniano (Grosseto)
  • Small villages



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