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1. La Chimera
The Chimera of Arezzo is regarded as the best example of ancient Etruscan art. The British art historian David Ekserdjian described the sculpture as "one of the most arresting of all animal sculptures and the supreme masterpiece of Etruscan bronze-casting". Made entirely of bronze and measuring 78.5 cm high with a length of 129 cm, it was found alongside a small collection of other bronze statues in Arezzo, an ancient Etruscan and Roman city in Tuscany. The statue was originally part of a larger sculptural group representing a fight between a Chimera and the Greek hero Bellerophon. This sculpture is likely to have been created as a votive offering to the Etruscan god Tinia.
2. A Guido Monaco - 1882
Guido of Arezzo or Guido d'Arezzo was an Italian music theorist and pedagogue of High medieval music. A Benedictine monk, he is regarded as the inventor—or by some, developer—of the modern staff notation that had a massive influence on the development of Western musical notation and practice. Perhaps the most significant European writer on music between Boethius and Johannes Tinctoris, after the former's De institutione musica, Guido's Micrologus was most widely distributed medieval treatise on music.
3. Museo di Casa Vasari
The Casa Vasari is a building at 55 via XX Settembre in Arezzo, Tuscany, Italy. It was the family home of the painter, art historian and architect Giorgio Vasari. It houses a number of frescoes and since December 2014 the Italian Ministry of Culture has run it through the Polo museale della Toscana, which was renamed the Direzione regionale Musei in December 2019. It houses the Archivio Vasariano.
4. Chiesa della Santissima Trinità
The Church of the Holy Trinity, a Catholic place of worship in the historic center of Arezzo, Italy, is located on Garibaldi Avenue, formerly Sacra Avenue, overlooking Popolo Square. Places of worship and ancillary places are home to the Arrezzo Fellowship of Compassionate Archbishops, which is why the church is also known as the Church of Compassion.
5. Basilica di San Francesco
The Basilica of San Francesco is a late Medieval church in Arezzo, Tuscany, Italy, dedicated to St Francis of Assisi. It is especially renowned for housing in the chancel the fresco cycle Legends of the True Cross by Piero della Francesca.
6. Duomo di Arezzo
Arezzo Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral in the city of Arezzo in Tuscany, Italy. It is located on the site of a pre-existing Palaeo-Christian church and, perhaps, of the ancient city's acropolis.
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