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Arezzo is located in the Tuscany Region of Italy. As one of the main cities in the region, Arezzo functions as the capital of the Province with the same name. The history of Arezzo dates back to the Etruscan era, being one of the twelve most important cities of those times, called Dodecapolis. The population in Arezzo reaches approximately 100,000 inhabitants.

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Piazza Grande is the main central area of Arezzo. It is of medieval origin and all the buildings and monuments in it have a great historical and cultural value. Some of the main constructions that can be admired here are: the Palace of the Lay Fraternity, the Vasari Loggia, the Episcopal Palace, the remains of the Communal Palace and the Episcopal Palace.

The Church of Santa Maria della Pieve is a religious landmark of Arezzo. The square bell tower is a massive addition to the church, which has double orders of mullioned windows. Built in the 12th century, the church took the place of a previously existing Palaeo-Christian edifice. It was later on renovated to include loggia characteristic facades.

Palazzo dei Priori is another landmark of Arezzo. It was built in 1333 and it functions as the seat of the city's magistrates. Some of the remains of the past, which are visible in the palazzo and which have survived modifying reconstructions, are: the stone statue of the Madonna with Child from 1339, the 16th century court, frescoes, famous people busts and two paintings of Giorgio Vasari. The tower of the palazzo is another remarkable construction, which dates back to 1337.

The Vasari Casa is another one of the buildings which bares the signature of Giorgio Vasari in Arezzo. On the site of an old house, the artist remodeled the construction and added numerous frescoes to it, in 1547. Today, it functions as a museum dedicated to Vasari and to his works, especially to the ones done to this particular house, but other smaller artworks as well. The drawing room is a main attraction of the Vasari Casa, where he painted some of his works.