This public fountaian has been there since around the 14th century , it now has a wrought iron fence around it and it rather small i thought , located in the Piazza del Campo . Seina was not one of my favorite Tuscan cities i visited , it was very steep coming and going , if you have bad knees or hips don't forget to bring the advil , you will need it after a day exploring Seina , the high point was the outstanding cathedral there , one of my favorites in Italy . One thing i would like to see even though it is so crowded and DANGEROUS is thAT horse race that takes place in one of these squares on those slippery ancient stones , i am in horseracing so i know HOW dangerous this race is for horses , riders and spectators , if a horse slips and falls and slides into the crowd there are no fences , no saddles , that would never take place in America , hang tradition , the lawsuits would be incredible
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