Pietrasanta is a costal town in Tuscany, Italy. Though the town has Roman origins, the medieval town dates to 1255 and reached its height under the Republic of Genoa. King Charles VIII of France took control of it in 1484. The town was afflicted by malaria in the seventeenth and eighteen centuries. In 1861, it joined the unified Italian Kingdom. Key sites include the Cathedral of St. Martin and Sant’Agostino.


Latitude: 43.958831727999
Longitude: 10.233218672220