P is for Pitigliano

Here goes for another off-the-beaten-track place, tucked in a forgotten corner of Tuscany. I first wrote about it in a post yonks ago in more detail…..Link to that at the bottom

Pitigliano view 1

Pitigliano view 3

Windows and washing, Pitigliano

And here’s the old post: https://suejudd.com/2013/05/21/italy-less-trodden-part-1/

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32 comments

  1. I love Tuscany. Nice post.
    BTW, Your sites doesn’t have a version that displays well on a cell phone. There are templates at WP that do that. Like the one I am using.

  2. Full of atmosphere indeed, Sue.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. Hilltop towns ever have their own magic as you well show here, Sue.

  4. Another atmospheric good looking place Sue xx

  5. These are all lovely, Sue!

  6. That is an interesting looking place.

  7. Looks very old, and beautiful.

  8. A beautiful series of Sue-photos. But I’m not real keen on the positioning of copyright across the heart of the image. Is there a reason?

    • Sue

      You are right, Meg…it was some years ago when I was playing about with creating and positioning….now I place the thing more sensibly!

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