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The small village, currently under restoration, is a rural habitat with stone houses enriched by brick loggias. The medieval origins of the hamlet, recorded in the 12th century, are made evident by the brickwork elements and the stone arches which appear in some buildings.
Slightly to the west of the hamlet stands the church of S. Michele Arcangelo, with a nineteenth century facade and internal layout, mainly of the 17th century.
Once again there are elements which testify to the medieval origins of the building, beginning with a Madonna with child which dates back to the mid fourteenth century in a fresco on one of the inside walls.
The remnants of the medieval structure can be seen in the right-hand side and the end wall of the building, with a small wall belfry which was probably from the same period.

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None La Canonica di Fungaia Loc. Fungaia 11-13, 53035 Monteriggioni (SI)