Farm Holidays Badia di Susinana
Via Badia di Susinana, 36 Palazzuolo sul Senio
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A small mountain village, the least populated province, post on the Romagna side of the Apennines although legally it is under the administration of Tuscany. In the Middle Ages it was a fief of the family Ubaldini of which is in particular remembered Marzia Ubaldini, nicknamed Cia, wife to the lord of Forlì, legend has it that it's her the woman depicted on the emblem of the city. Palazzuolo in 1362 became part of the Republic of Florence thus forming, together with the nearby town of Firenzuola, the firt nucleus of the Romagna Toscana. Palazzuolo retains in its territory many reminders of its past, in the small cemetery of the Abbey of Santa Maria in Susinana is the tomb of Maghinardo Pagani belonging to the family that for a short period of time snatched the power to Ubaldini. Is also mentioned in Dante's Inferno as character of ill repute. The medieval church of San Giovanni Battista in Misileo under which was found a crypt containing the remains of five bodies. According to archaeologists it is the burial of some people accused by the population of heresy, witchcraft or heinous crimes. Many exhibits, even prehistoric, found in the excavations in the area are collected in the Museum of Archaeology of Upper Mugello. Instead everyday objects of the farming and artisan past that could be found in the homes of the inhabitants are collected in the Museum of the Mountain Folk. Palazzuolo keeps its traditions alive in festivals, celebrations and historical events that take place throughout the year. Particularly striking is the medieval re-enactment called "at the Court of Ubaldini".|"Palazzuolo sul Senio"Farm Holidays a Palazzuolo Sul Senio 
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