Volterra Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Volterra, Italy, dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary.
An amphitheater is a prime symbol of Roman past. This one was discovered in the 1950s and has been a popular attraction since then.
The Fortezza Medicea of Volterra is built on the highest point of the hill overlooking the town.
The oldest town hall in Tuscany. Fun fact: Youngsters may also know this building from Meyer's Twilight series.
Unique collection of Etruscan antiquities and old books. A must see for everyone who's into history and art.
This palace is well-hidden but totally worth searching for. A former home of alabaster trader now turned into a museum.
La Porta dell'Arco de Volterra, que data aproximadamente de los siglos III-II a.
The Baptistery of San Giovanni an octagonal 13th century religious building standing just in front of the Duomo of Volterra, in the center…
San Michele Arcangelo is a 13th-century Romanesque-style, Roman Catholic church in Volterra, region of Tuscany, Italy.
An important collection of Italian masters accompanied by array of coins and pottery. Pop in if in Volterra.