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Carrara is situated to the stratums of the Alps Apuane, and is a famous city all over the world for the extraction and the working of its most valuable marble, with which the main architectonic and scultorei monuments in Italy are constructed. To the inside of the historical center the Dome in Romanesque-gotico style and the Rocca Malaspina are also present.
The first populations to Carrara go back to before the medium Paleolitico, in spite of lands of Carrara have been in effects colonized above all from From Liguria the Apuani. Subsequently they were the Roman colonized the zone with an immense takeover near Luni, ancient Etruscan city.
After the fall of the Roman Empire in the 476 d.C. they followed the raids of the Barbarians and subsequently during the High Middle Ages, in the dominion of the zone, the Goti, the Bizantini and the Longobardi are succeeded.
The city of Massa is born from a small next medioevale nucleus to the rocca, encircled from the cinquecentesco urbanistico development.
Therefore as for Carrara the zone already was inhabited in the Paleolitico and the Neolithic one but fundamentalally Massa has approximately going back origins roman to the first years after year zero.
The territory of the province of Massa Carrara is characterized from variety of landscapes that alternate beautiful valleys to spectacular mounts on the heights of the Alps Apuane.
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