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Towering 1,148 metres above sea level in the far south-east of the province of Siena, closing the Val d'Orcia in the east and separating it from the Val di Chiana. It involves the municipalities of Cetona, San Casciano dei Bagni, Radicofani and Sarteano. When you reach the top, you can see the Grotte del Belvedere, a cave opened up in the travertine rock, visited by prehistoric man, as well as the high metal cross, erected in 1967.