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Is the most important town of Val d’Arbia, also testified by the “podestesteria” which includes 32 localities and by the recognition of the Sienese citizenship granted by the city’s governors in 1480.
The city is universally known for its huge historical, artistic, scenic heritage and for its substantial stylistic unity of medieval urban furniture, as well as for the famous Palio.
An important university center and UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is considered the birthplace of the Renaissance and is universally recognized as one of the cradles of art and architecture.
Place of origin of the famous Brunello wine, the area of production of Montalcino wines includes 24,000 hectares.
The central square of Bagno Vignoni, is not what can be defined as a common square, but has the great characteristic of containing a tub of thermal water
San Quirico d’Orcia has been identified with the town of Ena. In the Middle Ages the town was located on the route of the Via Francigena.