The medieval Siena in black&white
This summer I made an Italian language course in Florence so I had the opportunity to visit many interesting cities in Tuscany and besides I learned Italian. First I would like to show you Siena in B&W. As I walked on the streets I could feel that the time has passed by. These streets and houses could be 700 years old, and this was amazing. The Dom of Siena is the most beautiful church I could see in Tuscany with its black and white marble architecture. Maybe that is why I choose this time the B&W effect for the whole city. I always wonder how the lack of colors can change the mood of a picture, and now I like the result. Hope you enjoy too!
The main square: Piazza del Campo
Torre del mangia
Medieval houses on the main square
Palazzo Sambieni with the oldest bank in the world
The inner architecture
Angel and organ
The pulpit with sculptures
They are looking at you
Impressions on the streets
Cantuccini is a typical Tuscany twice-backed cake with almond.
Panpepato, another delicious cake, that was my favorite.
See U next time with another beautiful Tuscany town.