The village that saw the birthplace of Enea Silvio Piccolomini and which was to disappear shortly would have risen Pienza, was called Corsignano and was a Sienese stronghold.
Around the central square rotate the Duomo, Palazzo Piccolomini, Palazzo Borgia and Palazzo dei Priori. Other houses and other buildings were built around the main buildings and scattered in the streets of Pienza, manufactured with taste and material related to the costruioni Rossellino, under the supervision of the architect Pietro Paolo Porrina, Siena. The buildings have a style derived from Alberti, mixed motif of taste oldest.

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