Near a small place Vicchio , Colle di Vespignano hamlet , 35 km north of Florence , is a farmhouse on a hill . Traditionally opinion is that this birthplace of Giotto , the famous painter and architect of the late Middle Ages , the Renaissance predecessors . Today there is a museum dedicated in his honor . First experiencing a stylish display with parts of his works . A couple of steps on the floor , there is a room , paint workshop for children . Next is a room with a huge projection of his meals on three walls , explanations in several languages ( choose your own). His work is the bell tower of the Bell Tower in Florence and a fresco in the church of Santa Maria Novella, just across from the main railway station . Pictures reflect the first signs of perspective , full of bright colors , the characters more human than saint . House jeizgrađena in traditional Tuscan style . Through the windows , the view stretches of rolling hills , vineyards , fruit trees and grass . After visiting the museum , we went to lunch at the so-called Sagginale . This Sunday's event is popular all over the Mugello (agricultural , livestock region north of Florence ) . It is held each time in a different place . We were in a tent with lots of benches . Locals preparing themselves and share local food . The food was delicious and very cheap. Otherwise , profits went to benefit the local football club .
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