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The majestic skyline of noble towers was built for defensive purposes and as a symbol of status and wealth.
The patrician families who controlled the town built 72 tower houses (some as high as 50 meters) as symbols of their wealth and power. The Torre Grossa is still open to the public. Although only 13 of the original towers have survived, San Gimignano has retained its feudal atmosphere and appearance.
You probably didn’t know about the Spooky Musuem in San Gimignano where you can celebrate Halloween all year long! Visit the Museo Pena di Morte.
Dr. EveAnn Lovero writes Travel Guides to Italy at Vino Con Vista Travel Guides
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