This owes its name to the Medicis palace (the current head office of the Prefecture), much altered, where Lawrence the Magnificent stayed. At no. 17, the attractive Toscanelli palace hosted Lord Byron in 1821-1822 who wrote a part of Don Juan there.
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Reserved Entrance to Leaning Tower of Pisa & Cathedral
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