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Marliana, in the province of Pistoia, is part of the Montagna Pistoiese.

The area was inhabited by the Ligurian peoples and later by the Romans. In about 1300 Marliana was occupied from Lucca and then move on to Pistoia, in the same period the population was decimated by the plague.

The fortress of Marliana, built around the year 1137, fi destroyed during clashes with Montecatini before being rebuilt in 1177. Of defensive walls remain, today, few traces.

There are numerous religious buildings, among them all is the "Chiesa di St Nicola" dates back to 1373. Inside are preserved of the works from the Della Robbia school.

Worth a view the "Museo della Cultura Contadina" of Marliana, located in borgo di Casore del Monte, in the municipality of Marliana. The Museum has an exhibition space of old farming tools.


Traditions and Typical products

Marliana is known for producing a distinctive potato varieties, for l'oil and screw. Other typical products are chestnuts and mushrooms.

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