Constructed in 1290, the Villa Auditore is an important medieval predecessor to early Renaissance architecture. The Villa’s wonderful symmetry and ordered geometry were a revelation for its time.

Not only concerned with aesthetics, Domenico Auditore (Ezio Auditore’s great-grandfather) designed his home to double as a fortress and training ground; looking out both the city that it protects and the Tuscan plains.

Recently discovered hidden compartments and rooms with mechanisms blocking entry points are several unique features of the building. After a Florentine attack in 1320 left the façade damaged, the present facade was erected; and a painting gallery was added to the interior.

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