The province of Massa-Carrara is an Italian province of Tuscany of 195,254 inhabitants. The northernmost of the region, it borders to the west with Liguria (province of La Spezia), to the north with Emilia-Romagna (province of Parma and province of Reggio Emilia), to the south-east with the province of Lucca and overlooks the Ligurian Sea to the south-west. The province of Central Italy is situated to the north. Below is a brief list of some of the most beautiful cities in the province from the point of view of tourism and real estate.
- The first city I will talk about will be Massa, the capital of the province of the same name. The city of Massa has a history that is lost over the centuries, although probably knows the period of greatest splendor in the Middle Ages. The history of Massa, in the recent past, has been indissolubly intertwined with the adjacent Carrara, a Tuscan town with which it has, for decades, strong ties. This city reserves a priceless heritage of architectural beauty, such as the Piazza degli Aranci, a unique wonder surrounded by three rows of oranges, with a central obelisk. In the past, this square was also intrigued by great literary figures such as Giosuè Carducci and Giacomo Leopardi! The Malaspina Castle is an imposing stone fortress that dominates the entire city, from which you can have a view over the whole of Massa. It is possible to visit the Castle, which was recently opened to the public. If you plan to settle here, to expand or change your property, know that you can buy a property in Massa. But don't miss the opportunity! The possibility, until now, is only one. In fact a large apartment of 160sqm with terrace and cellar is for sale for 750.000€.
- The second city I'm going to talk about is Carrara, the most important centre in the world for the extraction and processing of the famous Carrara marble, a very precious white marble that is extracted from the nearby Apuan Alps. A city that preserves its traditions and shows them with pride, proud of its origins and history that has linked Carrara to some of the most famous artists in the world. Surely the destination of many tourists are the marble quarries of Carrara, dug from narrow galleries that over time have expanded to become real marble cathedrals. There are many historical and cultural attractions in the city, such as the walls that surround it, the Civic Museum which tells the story that links Carrara to the marble, the Cathedral of St. Andrew or its Ducal Castle. This charming city also offers different solutions for renting. It is possible to buy a property in Carrara. In a beautiful location, 300 meters from the sea, villa partially to be restored, on two floors with a total area of 200 square meters is for sale for 800,000 €. A three-roomed apartment with garden and outdoor courtyard a stone's throw from the sea can be purchased at 100,000 €. A large apartment of 100sqm consisting of 5 rooms with two main entrances is for sale at 140,000 €.
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