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Siena is universally known for its artistic heritage and for the stylistic unity of its medieval streets and buildings, as well as for its famous Palio. The historic center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1995. The famous Piazza del Campo is the main square of the city; it is a unique square because of its special and original shell shape. The square is bordered by beautiful Renaissance buildings including the Town Hall, the Tower of Mangia, Palazzo Sansedoni. The Metropolitan Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta is the cathedral of Siena; built in Romanesque-Gothic style, is one of the most important example of this style in Italy.
The original center of Arezzo dates back to the Etruscan period, of which the city has some interesting necropolis. Also noteworthy are the remains of the Roman period, although the greatest development of the city has had in the Middle Ages. Arezzo has probably one of the largest and best preserved medieval and Renaissance center in the world. Particularly significant among the dozens of medieval and renaissance churches and palaces are the cathedral, a splendid example of late Gothic church, the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, Palazzo Albergotti, the Praetorian Palace.