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Selvena is a small hill-town, population 578, in southern Tuscany,
Italy. It stands at an altitude of 658 metres above sea level some
5 kilometres west of Castell'Azzara; administratively it falls
within the comune of Castell'Azzara.The village dates back to the
times of Etruscans and Romans, who exploited its important cinnabar
mines. In the Middle Ages, the powerful Aldobrandeschi family
(rulers of much of southern Tuscany) built here the massive Rocca
Silvana (9th century), which saw an intense history of battles and
sieges between the Aldobrandeschi, the Orsini and the Republic of
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