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A charming square overlooked by the co-cathedral of San Secondiano Martire which dates back to the 6th century. It was then transformed in the 12th century and underwent major restoration over the centuries. An underground archaeological route through the sites of the Etruscan, Roman and Medieval churches, passes under the square and reaches the Roman cistern from where you can enjoy a stunning view over Val di Chiana.