Tuscany: earth has not anything to show more fair. The landscape is charming. The gentle hills seem to smile down upon humanity. The inhabitants give the impression that they were already civilised when we British barely had enough woad to paint our backsides blue.
There are also the grapes. From early on, Tuscany sent its vinous plenitude to Rome.
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