Central Italy and Rome, Handbook for Travellers

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I.
S. TUSCANY. UMBRIA. THE MARCHES.
1. From Pisa to Rome by the Maremme2
Piombino and Populonia, 3. — Massa Marittima, 4. — Rus-
ellæ. Monte Argentario, 5. — Cosa. From Montalto to Vulci,
6. — From Civitá Vecchia to Tolfa, 9.
2. From Pisa to Volterra10
The Boracic Acid Works on Monte Cerboli, 11. — From
  Volterra to San Girolamo; to the Copper Mines at Monte-
  catini; to Colle di Val d'Elsa, 13, 14.
3. Elba and the Tuscan Islands14
4. From Florence to Siena viâ Empoli17
From Poggibonsi to Colle di Val d'Elsa, 17. — San Gimi-
  gnano, 18.
5. Siena21
Excursions from Siena: Osservanza, Santa Colomba, etc. 42.
6. From Siena to Chiusi44
From Asciano to Monte Oliveto Maggiore, 44. — From
  Asciano to Grosseto, 45. — Monte Amiata, 46. — From
  Montepulciano to Pienza, 48.
7. From Florence to Perugia viâ Arezzo, Cortona, and
 Terontola (Chiusi- Rome)
50
From Arezzo to Monte Sansavino, Foiano, and Betolle, 56.
8. From Arezzo to Fossato di Vico. Sansepolcro. Città
  di Castello. Gubbio
61
9. Perugia67
From Perugia to Gubbio; to Marsciano; to Todi 78.
10. From Perugia to Foligno and Orte ( Rome). Assisi.
  Spoleto. Waterfalls of Terni. Narni
79
Bevagna. Montefalco, 86. — Monte Luco. From Spoleto
  to Norcia and Ascoli Piceno, 92.
11. From Florence to Rome viâ ( Arezzo) Terontola and
  Chiusi. Orvieto. Bolsena
97
From Chiusi to Sarteano and to Cetona. Radicofani, 99.
— Monte San Pancrazio, 106. — Civita Castellana, 107.
— Soracte. Falerii. Nepi, 108.
12. From Attigliano to Viterbo and Rome109
Excursions from Viterbo: Quercia, Bagnaia, Ferento,
  Bulicame, Castel d'Asso, Toscanella, Lago di Vico, 114,
  115. — Norchia, 115. — Sutri. Caprarola, 116. — Lake
  of Bracciano. Trevignano, 117. — Galera, 118.
13. From Bologna to Rimini, Falconara ( Rome), and An-
  cona
119
From Rimini to San Marino, and to San Leo, 125, 127. —
  From Pesaro to Urbino, 130. — From Fano to Fossato
  viâ Fossombrone and the Furlo Pass, 131, 132.
14. Ancona and its Environs. Osimo. Loreto133
From Porto Civitanova to Albacina and Fabriano, 139.
15. From Ancona to Foligno (Orte, Rome)141
16. FromFabriano to Urbino142

Baedeker. Central Italy. 15th Edit.

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