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The cities of Figline and Incisa Valdarno (established 1 January 2014 from the merging of the Municipalities of Figline Valdarno and Incisa in Val d’Arno) is located in the Valdarno superiore fiorentino area, in a strategic position at the centre of the urban Siena-Florence-Arezzo triangle. It covers the area from Florence to Arezzo, hemmed in by Pratomagno and the charm of the Chianti hills. The strategic and cultural role of the “Tuscany Cradle” has been famous since ancient times. Traces of the Etruscan and Roman roads can still be seen on the ridge of the hills between Chianti and the Valdarno. On the right bank of the river, the Cassia Vetus still bears witness to the ancient Roman consular road, known as the "Road of the seven Bridges" while the Cassia Nuova, dating to 123 AD, passed by Figline Valdarno, in the direction of Florence. Figline is the largest tourist destination in the province after Florence and is one of the most interesting towns thanks to its ancient Roman/Etruscan origins and the traces of the Renaissance cultural blossoming. Typical Tuscan scenery frames this beauty, extending as far as the Chianti hills. The origins of the town date to 1109, when the residents of the hill town around Feghine Castle (1008) came down to the valley, settling a market and bartering place, which established itself as a reference point and goods distribution place in the 1300s. Among the main routes and monuments, the following are worth visiting: piazza Marsilio Ficino, Insigne Collegiata, Palazzo Pretorio, Pieve di Gaville, Chiesa di San Francesco, Villa Casagrande, Teatro Garibaldi, Villa San Cerbone, Cittadella di Loppiano, Casa Petrarca, Chiesa dei Santi Cosma e Damiano, and Chiesa di Sant’Alessandro.