Autumn in Lucchio Posted on November 3, 2015 by Debra Kolkka Lucky Catherine Keens has a house in Lucchio. She was there recently and took these gorgeous photos of the village. Autumn is a beautiful time to be in Lucchio. Thank you Catherine for sharing it with us. Share this:TwitterFacebookMoreEmailPinterestPrintLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
OMG!!! Gorgeous. That cat is in my spot on the stone wall!!!!
What a stunning village- I am yearning for Italy. Thanks for sharing these photos.
Autumn is a beautiful time to be in the mountain villages.
Thanks for the beautiful look around Lucchio. Autumn is such a lovely time around the mountain villages.
Now that lots of people can work remotely on computers perhaps more people will move to these lovely, peaceful villages.
There are houses for sale,just waiting to be loved and lived in,although only a couple have for sale signs displayed!
We know of houses for sale just waiting to be loved and lived in again,although many more people would realise if the houses displayed a for sale sign!
Gorgeous pictures! Thanks for sharing. 🙂
Thank you to Catherine.
so beautiful, I fall in love every time… Thank you, love, nia
Our mountains are beautiful.
Beautiful photos! Autumn is my favourite season. The colours are wonderful.
Autumn is a wonderful time to be in the mountains.
Good job with the photos Catherine , I especially like the one of the autumn leaves on the terrace ! Autumn is my favourite time of the year, mainly due to the great lighting,conditions lower sun and fantastic colours. Another good article Debra !
Thank you. I like to share Bagni di Lucca with the world. It is a special place.
Although currently seems a ghost town , Lucchio has a history dating back to Roman times and in the 1300’s was a place of battle to contest the Rocca . Lucca, under Castruccio Castracani, estimated the potential of the fortress, which could be a strength for the defense against Pistoia and Florence, always enemies of Lucca.
I apologize for any errors in the text , I used google translate.
Thank you for the information. At least the bar is open in Lucchio again. I hope the population grows again.
Oh my my … huge WOW … thanks for posting … and loud cheers for Catherine allowing you to share!
It is great to see what is going on even when I am not there.
In the last photo isn’t it interesting to see how the houses almost imitate the ‘architecture’ of the mountain. I love the signs of the changing season.
Yes, you’re a pro. Your photos are amazing and the cat is fabulous 🙂