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FOR

TRAVELLERS IN CENTRAL ITALY,

INCLUDING

THE PAPAL STATES,

ROME,

AND

THE CITIES OF ETRURIA,

With a Trabelling Map.

LONDON:

JOHN MURRAY AND SON, ALBEMARLE STREET

FLORENCE: MOLINI.

PARIS: GALIGNANI, FRERES; STASSIN & XAVIER.

LEIPSIG: LONGMAN AND CO.

1843.

THE HAND-BOOKS FOR TRAVELLERS ARE PUBLISHED

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Geog 1740.

BY SOCIETE

ANCONA

BY

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BERGAMO

BRESCIA

FLORENCE · ·

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ANTONIE BEUT.

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GIANNINI & FIORI, J.

BOCCA.

ANTOINE BARZARINI.
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PREFACE.

THE Volume now submitted to the public is intended to supply the traveller with a Guide Book to the Papal States, including Rome with its Contorni, and those cities of Etruria which lie between the Arno and the Northern Campagna. It includes also the two great roads from Florence to Rome, by Perugia and Siena. It was originally intended to comprise the Papal States and the kingdom of the Two Sicilies in a single volume; but as the work proceeded it was found impossible to do so without making it too bulky to be convenient to the traveller, and destroying its uniformity with the rest of the series which has been honoured with so large a share of approbation. The Central and Southern States of Italy are perhaps of greater interest than any other part of Europe: it has therefore been considered more desirable to describe them in separate volumes than to pass lightly over their historical scenes, or curtail the accounts of a large number of provincial cities, whose names are scarcely to be found in any other Guide Book. The present volume is on the exact plan of the Hand-Books for Germany, Switzerland, and Northern Italy, but is the work of a different author. It is the result of two journeys into Italy, and of an anxious desire to do justice to the country and the people by studying their characters on the spot, and by acquiring a personal knowledge not only of the great capitals, but of those remoter districts which are rich in historical and artistic associations beyond any other portions of the peninsula. The account of Rome will be found arranged on a more systematic plan than has hitherto been adopted. Instead of describing it in districts, the objects have been classified under separate heads, in order that the traveller may be enabled at a single glance to ascertain how much or how little it contains of any particular class. The materials for this portion of the work were collected, in the first instance, during a

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