The historical and artistic capital of Versilia, Pietrasanta lives up to its tradition by showcasing outstanding examples of religious, military and civil architecture. The town's unquestionable jewel is the evocative Piazza del Duomo in which the 14th-century Rocca di Sala (Fortress of Sala) stands out, with its bastion and crenellated walls, against a thick forest of olive trees.
The hub of the historical centre is the square, overlooked by the Cathedral of San Martino (14th century) with its red brick bell tower, the Church of Sant'Agostino (14th century), the Tower of the Hours (16th century), and simple buildings including Palazzo Pretorio (14th century), Palazzo Panichi (or Carli) (15th century), the Rocchetta Arrighina (14th century) and Palazzo Moroni (16th century). The square is then decorated with the Fonte del Marzocco (15th century), the Liberty Column (16th century) and the monument to Leopold II (19th century).
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