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On a limestone hill in the town of Montefollonico, there is a wood of holm oaks and cypresses which form a circle where you can admire two rare species of orchids and observe typical Tuscan wildlife. It was commissioned by the wife of Marco Landucci, a Sienese nobleman and owner of the land in the mid-19th century. On a clear sunny day, you can see all of Val d'Orcia, Lake Trasimeno and Monte Amiata.