The Province of Massa-Carrara is a province in
the Tuscany region of central Italy. It is named after the two
main towns in its territory: Carrara and Massa, its capital.
Carrara is an city and comune in Tuscany, central Italy, of the
province of Massa and Carrara and notable for the white or
blue-grey marble quarried there. It is on the Carrione River,
some 100 kilometres west-northwest of Florence. Its motto is
Fortitudo mea in rota.
The Malaspina Castle is located in Massa,
Italy. It crowns the top of a rocky hill and dominates the wide
underlying plain and part of the Tyrrhenian coast.
The Carrara Cathedral is a Roman Catholic
church in Carrara, northern Italy. Nearly all of the exterior is
covered by local Carrara marble.
Monte Sagro is a mountain in the Alpi Apuane,
in Tuscany, central Italy, overlooking the city of Carrara. It
is located in the northern part of the range, and, being mostly
composed of marble of renowned quality, is home to several
Cave di Marmo: Local history museum in Italy
Castello Aghinolfi: Castle in Italy.
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