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Barga is a medieval Tuscan city near the center of Italy, with a total of around 10,000 inhabitants. It is the chief town of mid valley of the Serchio, in the province of Lucca. Barga is situated 35km north of the city of Lucca, which is the Provincial capital. The hamlet of Albiano is located 6km north of Barga. History and main sights: Founded by the Lombards, the city grew as a castle surrounded by a line of walls, of which two gates ("Porta Reale" and "Porta Macchiaia") have survived. The town was well known during the Middle Ages for the manufacture of silk threads which were exported to major centres such as Florence, its mills powered by the hydraulic power of the nearby creeks. In the Middle Ages, Lucca and Pisa battled frequently to conquer the wealthy town and the surrounding territory, and for a time Barga was part of the Florentine dominion, later Duchy and Grand Duchy of Tuscany. In 1847 it became part of the Duchy of Lucca, maintaining a certain degree of autonomy, until ... Read more about Barga on Wikipedia

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