ABBAZIA MONTE OLIVETO MAGGIORE
The abbey of Monte Oliveto Maggiore is a monastic complex within the municipality of Asciano, seat of the Abbot General of the Benedictine Congregation of Monte Oliveto and is the seat of the territorial abbey of Monte Oliveto Maggiore
Monticchiello is a fraction of the Italian town of Pienza, in the province of Siena, in Tuscany. It is a typical medieval village nestled in the Sienese countryside. Monticchiello rises 500 meters above sea level and in 2011 there were 202 inhabitants .
Cortona ([kortoːna]) is an Italian town of 22 082 inhabitants in the province of Arezzo, the main cultural and tourist center of the Val di Chiana of Arezzo. The surface of the municipal territory is the fourth largest in Tuscany (the second excluding the provincial capitals) and the 29th in Italy. Ancient lucumonia, part of the Etruscan dodecapoli, is located south of the province of Arezzo and south-east of the Tuscany region, on the border with the Umbria region.
Lake Trasimeno is, with a surface of 128 km², the largest lake in central Italy, fourth among Italian lakes just after Lake Como. This extension is flanked by a shallow depth (average 4,3 m, maximum 6 m ); this makes it classify as a lake of laminar type. Lake Trasimeno is part of the Province of Perugia, in the Umbria region.
Siena is an Italian town of 53 772 inhabitants , the capital of the homonymous province in Tuscany. 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. In 1995 its historic center was included by UNESCO in the World Heritage. The city is home to the Monte dei Paschi di Siena bank, founded in 1472 and therefore the oldest bank in operation and the longest in the world.