he Province of Massa Carrara is the furthest north in Tuscany.
Here you can find many places to visit, such as museums, which include prehistoric exhibits, as well as evidence of the peasant culture, from the culture of marble to the invention of the printing press.
Or you can discover the Romanesque Churches, with places reached by pilgrims on the historicVia Francigena, and still secure fortresses and luxurious residences in the Terra dei Malaspina.
This is the land where the stone becomes art.
Between the Regional Park of the Apuan Alps and the National Park of the Emilian-Tuscan Apennine.