Tuscany, Province of Grosseto, Italy
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Follonica is a town and comune (township) of province of Grosseto in the Italian region of Tuscany, on the Gulf of Follonica (Golfo di Follonica), about 40 km (25 mi) NW of the city of Grosseto. Follonica is a popular tourist site during the summer, mostly visited by the Italians themselves. The city has been awarded the Bandiera Blu ("Blue Flag") every year from 2000-2007 for the cleanliness of its beaches and seawater.
- Church of San Leopoldo
- Castle of Valli
- Pievaccia, remains of a large fortified medieval monastery.
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