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Radicofani

Rocca of Radicofani, the fortress overlooking the Val d'Orcia

Radicofani is a town with about one thousand inhabitants in the province of Siena, located on a hill on the southern border of the Val d’Orcia. The Rocca of Radicofani, an imposing fortress built during the year 1000, stands majestically over the village. From the top of the fortress you can admire the magnificent landscape, which extends to Mount Amiata and the lakes of Bolsena and Trasimeno.

Places you should visit while near the Rocca are the Church of San Pietro and Church of Sant’Agata, the Palazzo Pretorio (Praetorian Palace) the Palazzo della Posta (Palace of the Post Office), and the Statue of Ghino di Tacco, former lord of Radicofani.