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Capital city of Florence, Tuscany is considered as the birthplace of the Renaissance. World famous for its beautiful landscapes, traditions, history, art heritage and cultural influences, it is a top destination for expatriation.

Living in Tuscany, you will experience the population's warm welcome and quality living far from the turpitude of urban life. You will also discover the local cuisine and wine.

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I am a single mom who moved to Cortona, Italy in April 2016, with my one eyed Shih Tzu, Stella. My blog, Stella and Nancy's Adventures in Tuscany, share with you a zany but true depiction of life in Italy.

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