Senigallia (Marche)

Senigallia is a port town on Italy's Adriatic coast. It is situated in the province of Ancona, in the Marche region, and lies approximately 30 kilometers north-west of the provincial capital city, Ancona. Senigallia's small port is located at the mouth of the river Misa. Though traces of the city's history are still visible, much of today's city is modern. Visitor attractions include Palazzo Comunale, Rocca Roveresca, (a castle of Gothic origins, restored by Baccio Pontelli in 1492). The Cathedral, erected after 1787 and Santa Maria delle Grazie, is one of the only two churches attributed to Baccio Pontelli. It once housed the painting of Madonna di Senigallia by Piero della Francesca.

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This savory tuna pie from Le Marche will become your go-to picnic dish.



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@arch3615 asks:

We are retiring in two years from US and I read an article to reach out about best to leave money in US bank account. I may have consulting income after I receive social security in two years. Do I have to pay taxes in Italy on income too? Or on social security?

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We are buying a house close to Sarnano, we will be there this fall. Are there any furniture stores in that area? Thanks