The welcoming and attention to detail extends to the first floor overlooking the main road of the beautiful medieval town of Sovana. Breathtaking view from the living room Romanesque cathedral of Sovana. In front of the house on the left of Pope Gregory VII. The house is accessible by car to the port of entry. Main entrance is up a brick staircase which leads to the living room. The living room consists of a kitchenette, complete with appliances and equipped with all kitchen utensils is large and sunny with 2 windows. Table and chairs for 4 guests and comfortable sofa bed, complete the decor nice. From the living room through a hallway leads to the master bedroom furnished with period furniture and restored with a wrought iron bed and mattress comfortable and convenient. The bathroom is large and airy with a shower and bidet, overlooking the gardens. The house has beamed ceilings and retains the original ancient column
Sovana is a fraction of the town of Sorano is known as an important center of Etruscan, medieval and Renaissance, and episcopal see. Made famous by the impressive tombs and monuments from its vast necropolis, Sovana, besides being a very important Etruscan city became a flourishing city in medieval times and has importantly it is shown by the numerous religious and civic buildings that can be seen here. All 'entrance to the village stands the Rocca Aldobrandesca, built around the XI century. preserves part of the keep and walls. The entrance portal, now dismantled, was peperino and had a drawbridge. Continuing along the main street you will reach Piazza del Pretorio which overlooks the main monuments. Continuing along the main street where the house of her grandmother valentine is loca down the country, remote location, you can reach the Cathedral dedicated to Saints Peter and Paul. The building dates back at least the eleventh century. as evidenced by a bull of Pope Nicholas II, underwent several operations. This fact can be seen from the point of view the presence of decorative architectural styles: Gothic, Romanesque, Lombard.
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