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One of the loveliest towns in Italy is situated on a hill, 582 metres above sea level, and owes its existence and development to the thermal waters found there. According to tradition, the Etruscan Lucumo (“king”) of Chiusi Porsenna founded “Bagni Chiusini”, which was later very popular with the Romans and has remained constantly so up until present day, bar a few turbulent moments in history. Some of the most important places of interest include the Oratory of the Conception, the Oratory of Sant'Antonio, Palazzo Lombardi, the Statue of the Beast, a monumental fountain, the Collegiate Church of San Leonardo, the Church of Sant'Antonio, the Town Hall, the Palazzo dell’Arcipretura and Palazzo Bulgarini.