A Tuscan Walkway

Because many, indeed most, Italian towns and cities are ancient, they are full of interesting features. Tunnel walkways, old city walls, narrow little alleys, and surprisingly wide but hidden courtyards. While Italy is a land of many museums, just strolling around Italian towns provides its own cultural and artistic tours, complete with bits of history!

Image is my own.

Published by Signora Sheila

Missionary blogger, wife, mom, nonna. Join my simple life journey of faith and missions in small town Italy!

7 thoughts on “A Tuscan Walkway

  1. Think of the stories those ancient walkways, tunnels, and alleys could tell! It boggles my mind to think of the centuries of history represented in each one. Here in America we get excited about something just 100-200 years old!

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