We have enjoyed another summer weekend here in Marta, where our little town is now bustling with holiday makers. There was lots going on here over the weekend which I will be telling you all about here in due course.
At the moment I am still catching up with photos taken over the last few weeks still to share with you.
A couple of Sundays ago while our younger daughter A and her boyfriend M were here we took a Sunday morning stroll around the nearby town of Tuscania.
Tuscania coat of arms
Just ten minutes or so form Marta, Tuscania is a larger town with a walled historic centre (centro storico) and it is photos of the centro storico that I am posting here today. I always take far too many photos, so if you are interested in seeing more check out my most recent collection of Tuscania photographs in My Flickr album entitled Tuscania Sunday Stroll
Church of Santa Maria della Rosa
Piazza Mazzini, the pink palazzo is where we rented an appartment for three months when we first moved to Italy.
Montascide Fontana in Piazza Mazzini dates from 17C but was renovated in the 18C.
Piazza Bastianine also known as Piazza Duomo because of the Cathedral of Giacomo.
Close up of the 17C fountain of San Giacomo
In the distance through the park gates can be seen the Basilica of San Pietro
Ruins of Rivellino Castle as seen from the park.
Fountain of the Sette Cannelle is the oldest public fountain in Tuscania dating from the early 14C.
Well I hope you enjoyed your tour of Tuscania as seen through the lens of my camera, I have only shared twelve photos and the album has a total of fifty-six if you want to explore the town in more detail, Tuscania Sunday Stroll