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Senigallia, Ancona, Italy

Senigallia, located by the river Misa, is a resort area that is well known thanks to its extremely fine stretches of sand. The heart of the town is the well preserved Roveresca Fortress, and Piazza del Duca opens out in front of this, with its sixteenth century Lions Fountain and made beautiful by historical buildings, including the Duke's Palace and the Palazzetto Baviera where valuable stucco work by Federico Brandani can be admired. The church of the Croce, the church of S. Martino, the Cathedral with annexed Diocesan Art Gallery and the Birthplace of Pius IX are worth visiting. In a panoramic position, in the immediate surroundings, you can see the renaissance Church of S. Maria delle Grazie where a precious painting by the Perugino is preserved in the apse, and the Museum of History of the Share Cropping System held in the Convent.