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Montevarchi After the unification of Italy, it became an important centre for manufacture of felt hats and, during the post World War II period, of shoes, hats, ladies' and children's wear. Today it is still a clothes production hub, while also important in the production of electricity (one hydroelectric and one thermoelectric plant).
Montevarchi The town of Montevarchi sprang up around 1100, near to a fortified Benedictine monastery, founded by bishop Elempert (986–1010) of Arezzo. At first the castle belonged to the Marquis Bourbon del Monte di Santa Maria, then to the Count Guidi family. In 1273 ownership passed to the Signoria of Florence. One of the town's first "podestà" (mayor) was Brunetto Latini.
Montevarchi Montevarchi is a town and "comune" in the province of Arezzo, Tuscany, Italy.
Montevarchi During the rule of the Medici, the town expanded considerably due to its flourishing agricultural trade and its wool and silk industries, controlled by the Woolmaker's Guild. Montevarchi remained under Florentine control until the end of the first half of the 18th century; then the town became part of the territory of Arezzo.
Montevarchi The "comune" is bordered by Bucine, Cavriglia, Gaiole in Chianti, Pergine Valdarno, San Giovanni Valdarno and Terranuova Bracciolini.
Montevarchi Calcio Aquila 1902 On November 24, 2011 it was declared bankrupt and immediately excluded from the championship of Eccellenza Tuscany with the consequent radiation from the Italian football.
Montevarchi Calcio Aquila 1902 Its main rivalries of Tuscany included Arezzo, Carrarese, Sangiovannese, Siena, Viareggio, Poggibonsi, Prato, Lucchese, Pistoiese and Massese and those outside the region included Alessandria, Foligno, Pavia and Gualdo.
Montevarchi Calcio Aquila 1902 The team's colors were red and purple. The purple was often mistaken for dark blue.
Luberto da Montevarchi He appears to have trained in the school of Pietro Perugino, and worked with him in decorating the Collegio del Cambio in Perugia. An arch of detached frescoes from the former church Sant'Andrea a Cennano are now on display in the "Museo di Arte Sacra della Collegiata di San Lorenzo" in Montevarchi.
Montevarchi Calcio Aquila 1902 Montevarchi Calcio Aquila 1902 was an Italian association football club, based in Montevarchi, Tuscany.