A wedding in the historic Tuscany. Today's location is one of the most important places in the area.
The medieval hamlet of Cinciano certainly has Latin origins and perhaps was a part of Gens Cincia.
In 1126 it was donated by Zaballina, widow of Ridolfino da Catignano, to the Bishop of Florence Gottifredo together with the castles of Linari and Catignano.
The springs and the bath have been known since the thirteenth century.
Due to its dominating position over the Elsa and its proximity to the ancient Poggio di Bonizio, form Bonizio Segni the local landowner, in a strategic position on the Via Francigena (the route followed by pilgrims on their way to Rome), there were a lot of ups and downs until it's annexing to the Republic of Florence.
The event published in this photo gallery was entirely made in the village of Cinciano.
The photo shoot started a few moments before the symbolic wedding took place in the garden in front of the main Villa where they could also enjoy a beautiful view of the valley.
Ceremony not very long but intense, at the end of the ceremony and before moving everyone to another area of the garden for an aperitif, a big group photo.
The position is the view was perfect for this lovely pic. Before dinner, photo session around the property with just the spouses, cypress avenue, vineyard and etc...
A beautiful wedding day in Tuscany. Auguri guys!
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