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Officially the street is called Via del Fosso, in the singular form, but for all locals in Lucca it is known as "Via dei Fossi" in plural, because after the first part of the street section, interrupted by the widening of the Madonna dello Stellario, a second part continues up to the walls.

Villa Bernardini

Villa Bernardini, built by Bernardo Bernardini in 1615, is a remarkable example of late Renaissance architecture.

Villa Bottini

The 16th-century Villa Bottini is located in the historical centre of Lucca.

Villa Grabau

Villa Grabau was built by the wealthy merchants of Lucca, the Diodati family, on the ruins of a medieval village, and it was then sold in 1868 to Carolina Grabau, wife of a wealthy German banker.

Villa Mansi

Built as Villa Segromigno, it was bought by the Mansis in the seventeenth century.