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Le Streghe d'Arimathea - Welcome

"If there's a place in the world where through a name one can read 'history' , well this place is Pisa.

Misunderstood, on the contrary, really hated, Pisa never seeked comprehension and neither showed the need or the desire of it; founded on thousands of years of ancient magnificence that linked the town to all the marittime people in the Mediterrenean, Pisa turned her back to the italian Peninsula , with fearless and independent spirit it conquered its empire on the sea that shown with glory for over than 400 years.

Before its towers were teared down and its harbour got covered with sand, Pisa had already expressed its soul through powerful architectures in front of deities and humans that neither Rome nor the envious florentine's revenge greed dared to nter the sacred circle of its walls".

 

Freely insipired by ‘Pisa, Loneliness of an Empire', by Rudolf Borchardt


 

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