Pari is a village that has perfectly preserved its medieval structure. Perched on the top of one of the hills in the area, on which emerges the highest one, Poggio dei Leccioni (600mt), Pari, like other villages included in the territory of the Municipality of Civitella Paganico, was a small settlement dating back even to the Upper Palaeolithic Archaic. It then belonged to the Etruscans and the Romans, as evidenced by the archaeological finds now housed in the museums of Grosseto, Siena and Florence. Pari is the birthplace of the great early 20th-century writer Federigo Tozzi. In his books we read about Pari and the small hamlet of Ferraiola, at the foot of the village. Even today it is still home to fervent intellectual activity.

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