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Pistoia and the Vitality of Italian Life 28/01/2011

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c. 1910

Pistoia is one of those small towns which help us to gauge the immense vitality of Italian life. It would be rare to find in France, or Germany, or England, a place of similar size, with the traditions of an independent state, public buildings of artistic distinction, a cathedral, campanile and baptistery, and a number of churches dignified by the work of great sculptors.

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