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Porta Volterrana gate

Porta Volterrana gate is located in the middle of the street today called via Carraia. Its arch is still visible today: solid thus far like in ancient times, it was

Via della Resistenza – Twin of the Tabernacle by Benozzo Gozzoli

Via della Resistenza – Twin of the Tabernacle by Benozzo Gozzoli While the small garden of the Carabinieri barracks is embellished by the sculpture by Nicola Carrino, Costruttivo Peccioli, a

Fondi Rustici Palace

Fondi Rustici Palace was part of Ospedale Nuovo di Pisa since the 1600s, as evidenced by the coat of arms A(lexander) E(piscopus) and by the inscription H(ospitali) N(ovi) P(isarum) placed

Church of Palm Sunday

The Church of Palm Sunday is located at the entrance to the town and takes this name because a service is arranged here exclusively on this holiday. The small church

Parish church of Saints Giusto and Bartolomeo and Church of Madonna delle Grazie

Originally dating back to the 12th century and firstly mentioned in 1139 on the occasion of the sale of the lands of Legoli by Count Pannocchieschi to the church of

Tabernacle by Benozzo Gozzoli

May 1479. The plague strikes in Pisa, where Benozzo Gozzoli, a Florentine and perhaps a disciple of Beato Angelico, is working on the Camposanto. It is necessary to seek refuge

Medieval walls

A well-preserved stretch of the medieval brick walls of Peccioli is visible in Corso Matteotti, just before the Multipurpose Center. In their proximity, the Porta Pisana gate was very probably

Church of Madonna delle Serre

The earliest documents attesting the presence of the church date back to a chronicle of 1618, describing an  Oratory of San Michele alle Formiche in the estate Le Serre; a

Palazzo Pretorio

A building of Medieval origin, remodeled between the 18th and 19th centuries, it used to be the palace of the Podestà in the 16th centur; it was then owned by

Oratory of Santissima Annunziata

Neo-Gothic oratory, erected in the late 1800s and since 1996 a Marian Sanctuary, it houses a 15th century Annunciation in carved and painted wood attributed to Tommaso Pisano. On the