Tuscany – Vagli di Sotto, its lake and the “ghost town”

by Samuele Sodini

"Ghost town"

"Ghost town"

The fame of Vagli is mainly tied to the “ghost town” which emerges covered in mud every ten yars, when a large reservoir is emptied.
Other less well-known attractions are the Church of St. Agostino, a small gem of Romanesque architecture and the characteristic village of Vagli di Sotto, built on the top of a promontori which emerges near the centre of the lake. The surrounding mountains are beautiful.

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