Via Francigena

Monteroni d'Arbia, route of the via francigena. Curved road, Field and trees. Siena on background, Tuscany. Italy, Europe.
The European Pilgrimage Routes as economic driver. The impact of the Francigena in Tuscany. IRPET Study

Cultural and landscape heritage as economic driver, economic impact assessment of public policies. The Via Francigena case study in Tuscany.

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