Charming Siena



 I still have some photos from Tuscany to share with you!

Siena is such a charming city. I could walk around its streets for days and wouldn't get sick of it. Or just sit around Piazza del Campo, eat a delicious foccaccia and watch people go by.

If you're visiting Siena, I highly recommend a visit to the Museo Civico. Some wonderful frescos which tell a lot about the time they were made in (I love the allegory of a good and bad government), so go and take a look!  

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17 comments:

  1. oh, such a lovely place! so jealous of your travels.

    lindsey louise

    hellomrrabbit.blogspot.com

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  2. stunning selection of photos. esp. the photo of the two men and the photo of the woman in the bakery. you have a lovely eye.

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    xx rae

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  3. Great photos!! It's so beautiful there!!

    xx
    Giovanna
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  4. Oh my goodness. Sometimes I think I could live off of bread. Siena definitely looks charming :)

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  5. Siena is beautiful!

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  6. Yes, the place is really awesome indeed.

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  7. ah! You make me want to go back. I LOVED Sienna. We stopped by there for a quick day trip on our visit in Italy this summer, and I am wishing we would or could have spent longer there! So tiny, yet so rich in everything Italian. xo

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  8. I was there only a couple of months ago. I didn't really read it at first and I was like "hey, I know that! I've been there!" haha. It definitely is a beautiful city :) xo

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  9. Love your blog! Especially Cuisine posts!! Yummy!

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  10. Oh.... What a beautiful place!!!

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  11. ok your photos all look like they came out of a magazine! so pretty!

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  12. This is a beautiful place! That bread in the last picture... ah, looks amazing!
    P.S. I love your blog design!

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  13. I love how you're able to capture the beauty in people just going about their day. I'm currently trying to work on actually photographing people (it sounds weird but I tend to stick to landscapes.. which is fine except for when you're trying to take pictures of well, things that aren't landscapes). Anyway, your pictures inspire me.

    :)

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  14. All of these photographs are absolutely beautiful!
    xo TJ

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  15. I love this town, and I thnk you did an exelent job with this pictures!!!

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