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Tuscany is one of Italy’s twenty regions. The capital city is Florence. Tuscany is regarded by many as the place where Renaissance was born. The region is known world over for its cultural significance, cuisine, artistic legacy and landscapes. Tuscany’s coast has some of the most breathtaking locations. The total length of its coast is 270 kilometers plus the seven islands off the coast. Seven locations in Tuscany alone have been declared as UNESCO World heritage sites. Tuscany’s wineries are known for producing some of the best wines in the world. Art exhibits from Roman to Renaissance are strewn across the region in several well adorned museums. Tuscany boasts of some of the most outstanding paintings, sculptures and frescoes. The coast of Tuscany is an ideal location for scuba diving. There are more than 50 diving sites in Tuscany. The best area is perhaps the southern Tuscany (Maremma) and the Tuscan archipelago. The archipelago has the status of a Natural Park and boasts of some of the most bio diverse waters and beautiful underwater landscapes. The clarity is absolutely unbelievable, as motorized vehicles are not allowed in this area and the only way to access it by diving.