Nearby cities and villages : MontaleAgliana and Prato. Find all the information of Montemurlo or click on the section of your choice in the left menu. Update data. Want to contact the Administration of Montemurlo? Here are all the details of Montemurlo available below. Locate simply the city of Montemurlo through the card, map and satellite image of the city. Our team has selected for you a list of hotel in Montemurlo classified by value for money.
Book your hotel room at the best price. Below is a list of activities and point of interest in Montemurlo and its surroundings. Montemurlo Number of inhabitants 18, population Montemurlo Population Density Montemurlo Geographical coordinates Latitude: Montale 2. Find below the times of sunrise and sunset calculated 7 days to Montemurlo. Day Sunrise and sunset Twilight Nautical twilight Astronomical twilight 23 February - - - - - 24 February - - - - - 25 February - - - - - 26 February - - - - - 27 February - - - - - 28 February - - - - - 29 February - - - - - Florence can be reached in a minute drive Poggio Ferrato 2.
Find us on Facebook. Follow on Twitter. Via Montalese, Montemurlo Italia. Comune Italia : Montemurlo. Montemurlo Birth certificate, Montemurlo Death certificate. Latitude: Naples km. Palermo km. Bologna 68 km.Pharmacies Data about the village of Prato d'Era. The village of Prato d'Era belongs to the municipality of Volterrain the province of Pisaregion Toscana. The village of Prato d'Era is 2,97 kilometers far from the same town of Volterra to whom it belongs.
For the province of Pisa, to whom Prato d'Era belongs, on are reported cases. In the previos day there were cases, thus having a variation of 0 casesi. Please follow this link for updated information on Covid including new cases and percentage changes for the whole of Italy, regions and individual provinces. To the municipality of Volterra also belong the localities of Case sparse -- kmCozzano 7,48 kmIl Cipresso 1,50 kmMazzolla 6,14 kmMontebradoni 2,06 kmPignano 11,55 kmPonsano 14,81 kmRoncolla 3,96 kmSaline 7,01 kmSan Cipriano 3,77 kmSan Lorenzo 6,61 kmSensano 10,51 kmTignano 16,41 kmUlignano 6,22 kmVillamagna 9,37 km.
The number in parentheses following each village name indicate the distance between the same village and the municipality of Volterra. Data about population living in Prato d'Era In the village of Prato d'Era live twenty-eight people: sixteen are males and twelve are females.
There are eight singles six males and two females. There are fifteen people married, and zero people legally separed. There are also zero divorced people and five widows and widowers. In Prato d'Era live zero foreigners, zero are males and zero are females. There are in Prato d'Era twenty-seven people in school age, fifteen are males and twelve females. There are in Prato d'Era 11 people aged 15 years or more.
There are 7 males aged 15 years or more, 7 are employed and 0 were previously employed but now are unemployed and seeking for a new job.
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There are 4 females aged 15 years or more, 4 are employed and 0 s were previously employed but now are unemployed and seeking for a new job.
Please find in what follows a table showing the number of families along with the number of people for each family. There are 13 famiglie living in Prato d'Era. There are in Prato d'Era 11 buildings, but only 11 are used. Among the 11 buildings for residential use 7 were build using bricks of tuffs, 4 were built in concrete and 0 were built using other materials like steel, wood and so on. Among the 11 buildings for residential use 5 are in excellent condition, 4 are in good conditions, 1 are in mediocre conditions and 1 are in bad conditions.
In the following three tables the buildings built for residential use in Prato d'Era are classified by building year, by floors number and by rooms number. Weather and weather forecast for the municipality of Volterra, to whom Prato d'Era belongs.
In the hamlet of Prato d'Era there is no bank. Please look at the closest banks in the town of Volterrato whom Prato d'Era belongs. There is no pharmacy in the hamlet of Prato d'Era. Please look at the closest pharmacies in the town of Volterrato whom Prato d'Era belongs.
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What's this? Where the stuff they used to make, made them. Prato is a small town — less than thousand residents. This picture was taken next to Via Pistoiese, a road in Prato almost completely made up of Chinese shops: Chinese restaurants, Chinese wedding planners and photographers, Chinese fishmongers, Chinese supermarkets.
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So when did Via Pistoiese swap cantuccinis for noodles and dumplings? Where do all these hand waving cats come from, and who buys them? Why do some areas of Prato, in short, look so Chinese? The biggest names in fashion came to Prato to get their stuff made. But things went less well in the s. As demand for the sorts of products Prato made declined, people began to lose their jobs.
Eventually the city began to adapt. The 90s were particularly good: the Lira the Italian currency at the time was cheap, i.
Inthe textile industry employed almost 50, people. But an industry like this needs a lot of people to keep it going. Until the 60s, the extra workers Prato needed came from the countryside and around Tuscany. In the 70s and 80s, these jobs were taken up by migrants from the south of Italy, and in the 90s by workers from China. Chinese immigrants quickly began buying and opening small firms, merging those firms, and replacing the older firms owned by Italian families.
They focused on fast production of ready-to-wear fashion clothing and employed mostly other Chinese people, who were much cheaper than Italians. Failing Italian firms began cutting costs by closing down and renting their warehouses to Chinese companies instead. This was the great strength of Prato. Those that destroyed us were the Chinese people in China, not the Chinese people here.
But just as Prato was first in Europe with fabric-making, now Prato is the first in Europe for ready-made fashion, because of the Chinese community. Very few invested in other things. Today, Tuscany has the largest percentage of firms owned by Chinese citizens in Italy, and Prato has the largest share in Tuscany. Chinese people in Prato created demand for Chinese products, food and services. Shops and firms catering to these needs started to appear.
Some say this has made the city a better, more interesting place. Others, like Giulio, an 80 year old man who used to own a textile factory, are more conflicted. The firms are all closing down, especially in Prato.At the confluence of the Pesa with the Arno, Leonardo depicted the hill of Montelupo with an upper part, the castle, and a lower part, also equipped with fortifications.
Inthe village of Montelupo was surrounded by walls, and this was the form in which Leonardo represented it, in the early 16th century. Read more The ceramics museum is today the center of collection and study of the most famous Renaissance majolica of the Florentine area and throughout the Mediterranean basin. At the time of Leonardo, the furnaces of Montelupo had surpassed those of Bacchereto, the oldest production center, which Leonardo knew well, because the family of his paternal grandmother still lived in Bacchereto, making their fortune by means of production of small jugs.
The left bank of the Arno, with the Fibbiana clays that Leonardo also observed, provided the raw material for the productions that made Montelupo famous. Home Places. Province of Arezzo. Province of Grosseto. Back Municipality of Sorano. Province of Livorno.
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Our team has selected for you a list of hotel in Vaiano classified by value for money. Book your hotel room at the best price. Vaiano Number of inhabitants 9, population Vaiano Population Density Vaiano Geographical coordinates Latitude: Cantagallo 6.
Find below the times of sunrise and sunset calculated 7 days to Vaiano. Day Sunrise and sunset Twilight Nautical twilight Astronomical twilight 23 February - - - - - 24 February - - - - - 25 February - - - - - 26 February - - - - - 27 February - - - - - 28 February - - - - - 29 February - - - - - Residence Filippo Vaiano Offering modern air-conditioned accommodation with free Wi-Fi and parquet floors, Residence Filippo in just 2 km outside Vaiano.
It also has a large terrace with sun loungers Rustic-style apartments here feature a fully equipped kitchenette The accommodation, located on the ground and first floor, offers a garden and an outdoor swimming pool which is open from mid May till September Guests can try homemade oil at the property, located 3 km from Barberino di Mugello exit of the A1 Motorway This spacious 14th-century villa is set in a farmland in the Tuscan hills Poggio di Iavello 3.
Find us on Facebook. Follow on Twitter. Piazza del Comune, 4 Vaiano Italia. Comune Italia : Vaiano. Latitude: Naples km. Palermo km. Bologna 61 km. Florence 25 km closest. Catania km. Venice km. Montemurlo 8. Montale 9. Barberino di Mugello 9. Agliana Calenzano Vaglia Sesto Fiorentino 16 km.Prato with almost two hundred thousand inhabitants is after Florence the most populous city in Tuscany and an important industrial center, especially of the textile industry, in particular yarns, fabrics and machinery.
The city is located in a flat area at 61 meters above sea level along the Bisenzio valley and is the capital of the homonymous province, the last born in Tuscany. The city in the fourteenth century became part of the possessions of Florence and was fortified by a new wall on which are five gates. Around the year are in the area of Prato two distinct residential areas: the Village at Cornio, located in the actual piazza of the Duomo and the Castle of Pratum of the Counts Alberti, Counts of Prato, which stood nearby and that gave the city its name.
These two towns in the second half of the eleventh century came together to form the city of Prato who became a free municipality. In began the construction of the Castle of the Emperor. InPrato exhausted by an epidemic of plague surrendered to the siege of Florence. The control of Florence does not limit economic, cultural and artistic growth of the city. Prato in was sacked by the Spaniards rushed to restore the deposed Medici rule.
In the diocese was established, and to Prato was granted the title of City. In the nineteenth century, began the mechanization of industry and in the second half of the century, developed the typical activities of the local manufacture of regenerated wool, derived from textile remnants. This leads to a remarkable economic and urban population growth of the city that continues today. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini. Prato is today an important industrial center and a modern city, but its historic center contains architectural jewels that deserve more than a hasty visit.
Piazza del Duomo is the religious center. The Pisan-Lucchese Romanesque cathedral dates back to the 13th century, with an external pulpit by Donatelo and Michelozzo and inside it houses interesting works of art, including valuable frescoes by Agnolo Gaddi Chapel of the Sacred CingoloFilippo Lippi and Paolo Uccello.
Another very interesting religious building in the city is the church of Santa Maria delle Carceri, a Renaissance Greek cross building from the end of the 15th century, designed by Giuliano da Sangallo. Inside there are majolica works by Andrea della Robbia and stained glass windows by Domenico Ghirlandaio. Next to the church is the imposing Castle of the Emperor built in at the behest of Frederick II.
An interesting medieval building is the Palazzo Datini dating from the fourteenth century. The city also houses an interesting Textile Museum.
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