A series of hills, gullies and cypress trees that accompany the medieval route of the Via Cassia and the important Via Francigena, the road that connected Rome to the countries beyond the Alps.
It’s like walking into a framework (such as the effects of good governance Lorenzetti) in a landscape remained unchanged over the centuries, a perfect balance between town and country, drawn by who seems like he only concern the harmony and beauty.
For this reason, the UNESCO declared the Val d’Orcia, a UNESCO World Heritage cultural landscape as “an outstanding example of redesigning the landscape of the Renaissance that illustrates the ideals of good government and the aesthetic that drove the painters of the Sienese school” .