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Livorno is a Tuscan province which faces the wonderful Mediterranean Sea and borders on the provinces of Grosseto and Pisa.
Livorno, founded in the XVI century after the port of Pisa has been covered with earth, has a big modern part, because it has been rebuilt after the Second World War. It’s placed along the coast and it has a big port, very important for the majority of the economic activities. It’s the seat of the Naval Academy. The city is rich in metallurgic and mechanic and chemical industries. In the province of Livorno there are Piombino, port of shipment for the Island of Elba, and Portoferraio, big trade and tourist resort in the heart of the Elba.

Livorno has an important trade port, place of call for cruising tourism and port of shipment for the islands. Near Livorno there are some important tourist resorts, like for example Quercianella and Montenero, with its famous sanctuary.
The stretch of littoral which links Livorno and Piombino is named Etruscans’ Coast; in fact the Etruscans in the past lived in this area and overworked the numerous agricultural and mining resources.

Among the most important historical and tourist resorts, we must mention: Castiglioncello, Rosignano Marittimo, Cecina, Bibbona, Populonia (where you can find the famous Etruscan Museum and the Tombs of the Colatoi), Campiglia Marittima, Vada, San Vincenzo, Baratti and Castagneto Carducci.

Visiting Livorno

The most important historical-artistic place of the city is the old town of Livorno, with its pentagonal plan and its ancient protecting walls; moving from the old centre, you can find numerous XIX-century buildings and monuments.

The symbol of Livorno is the Monument dedicated to the four Moors (built at the end of the XVI century), which represents the figure of Ferdinand I of the Medici family, surrounded by other smaller statues representing the pirates in chains.
Another interesting place in Livorno is the Piazza Grande, rebuilt almost completely after the bombardments of the Second World War; here it’s possible to admire the Big Palace, the Town Hall and the wonderful Duomo of Livorno.

You could also visit the New Fortress and the Old Fortress (built at the end of the XVI century), the Mascagni Belvedere Terrace (built where in times past there was the Fort of the Cavalleggeri), composed by 4100 marble columns and by a mosaic flooring of about 35.000 tiles.

And for all who love the history, we counsel to visit the following museums: the Hebraic Museum ‘Yeshivŕ’, the Museum dedicated to the great composer Mascagni, the Provincial Museum of Livorno.

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