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If you don't pay attention roaming aroud Porta Camollia (where Siena opens his ancient walls to travellers who come from Florence, as it used to be, when people crossed Tuscany on foot, bound to Rome) you could miss Lorenzo Scarpini little workshop windows. That's a...More