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Civil and Catholic weddings in Pietrasanta, known as the "city of artists"

Located on an hillside facing the sea that is only 3 miles away, a wedding in Pietrasanta will not disappoint art and sea lovers;

Pietrasanta is a little fortified medieval town which boasts the name of “small Athens”; the presence of nearby marble quarries, in fact, made it a reference point for many great artists since the Middle ages.
This artisan tradition was then kept alive in laboratories of sculpture and mosaic or in the many foundries of art.

In recent years Pietrasanta has became a cornerstone of international contemporary art due to the fact that since the 50s many famous artists have opened their studios here.

The first was that Henry Moore in 1956 that in the Sem Ghelardini atelier sculpted the "Reclinino figure" for the UNESCO Paris headquarters.
Then it was the turn of masters like Hans Arp and Joan Miro up the most recent Pietro Cascella, Gio Pomodoro, Jean-Michel Folon and Fernando Botero. 
Gallery owners and artists usually meet in the main square of town, Piazza Duomo, at Michelangelo Bar or at the Irisbar.

For a delicious meal you are spoilt for choice; gourmets should not miss the Black Cat restaurant.


And only 3 miles away you can enjoy the most glamorous and renowned seaside resort in Tuscan Riviera; Forte dei Marmi, famous for the elegant promenade and the many clubs and bars.

Civil weddings are celebrated either in the council hall of the municipality or in the wonderful ancient Cloister of the S.Agostino convent built in the XVI century;

Catholic wedding can be celebrated in the dramatic Cathedral.

Only 30 minutes drive from Pisa international airport, with daily Ryanair, Easyjet and Delta flights, a Pietrasanta wedding is a great choice for your romantic big day.

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