Many will ask themselves: “where is it!?”
Anghiari has an incredible history, and it’s just one of those places that makes us say that sometimes the less known things are also the most beautiful.
On top of a hill, it seems made with hands with clay and clay, it has been included in many Italian guides as one of the 6 most beautiful villages in Italy.
It is located in the province of Arezzo, so we move from the province of Siena to the Tuscan hinterland.
History tells us of one of the most famous battles of the fifteenth century which took place right here, between the Florentines and the Milanese.
The Florentine government took care of increasing the fame of this battle, which commissioned the great Leonardo da Vinci to paint a painting to be exhibited in Palazzo Vecchio that recounted this battle won by the coalition of the Florentine Republic.
What happened to the original painting is still a mystery, some theories of scholars believe that behind some paintings still present in the hall of the 500 there is the original, but who knows.
Some copies are exhibited around the world even the Louvre in Paris has one.