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The “Way of St. Francis” is a 550-km pilgrimage from Florence to Rome, inspired by the 13th century travels of St. Francis of Assisi, Italy’s patron saint. Swinging east into Apennine forests, then south through the fertile valleys and hill towns of Tuscany and Umbria, the route is a passage through living history in some of Italy’s most beautiful cities. These photographs are from July 2017, and the first half of the journey, from Florence to Assisi.
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