5 Sights in Massa Marittima, Italy (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Massa Marittima, Italy. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Massa Marittima, Italy.

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1. Cattedrale di San Cerbone

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Massa Marittima Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Massa Marittima, Tuscany, Italy, dedicated to Saint Cerbonius. Formerly the episcopal seat of the Diocese of Massa Marittima, it is now that of the Diocese of Massa Marittima-Piombino.

Wikipedia: Massa Marittima Cathedral (EN)

2. Torre del Candeliere

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Torre del Candeliere Matteo Vinattieri / CC BY 3.0

The candlestick tower, also known as Torre dell'Orologio, is a museum monument of the city of Massa Marittima, located in the Terziere di Città Nuova. Since 1985 it is possible to visit the tower jointly to the Sienese cassero.

Wikipedia: Torre del Candeliere (IT)

3. Museo Santa Cecilia di Organi Meccanici Antichi

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The Museum of Sacred Art of Massa Marittima is the main Pinacoteca di Massa Marittima (GR) and is hosted in the complex of the museum of San Pietro allatto, together with the Angiolino Martini contemporary art exhibition center.

Wikipedia: Museo di arte sacra di Massa Marittima (IT)

4. Chiesa di Sant'Agostino

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Sant'Agostino is a Roman Catholic church located in Massa Marittima, region of Tuscany, Italy. The church has Gothic and Renaissance architecture elements in the apse (1350) and choir (1520) respectively.

Wikipedia: Sant'Agostino, Massa Marittima (EN)

5. Castello di Monteregio

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Castello di Monteregio Matteo Vinattieri / CC BY 3.0

The castle of Monteregio is located in the historic center of Massa Marittima, at the point of passage between the early medieval Old Town and the New Town developed from the late Middle Ages onwards.

Wikipedia: Castello di Monteregio (IT)

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