Poppi ("Póppi" in the local dialect) is placed at the center of the Casentino (437 m.slm) in Tuscany, before the Arno valley between the provinces of Arezzo and Florence, today National Park, remained almost intact in its artistic and natural beauties thanks to a discrete and respectful tourist visits. The medieval village of Poppi is a rare walled city to the top of the governor among the castle of the Counts Guidi, prototype of Palazzo Vecchio in Florence. Therein, the Rilliana Library full of hundreds of medieval manuscripts and incunabula. Another element of absolute importance is the Chapel of the Guidi Counts with a cycle of fourteenth-century frescoes attributed to Taddeo Gaddi, a pupil of Giotto. In the main square, at the foot of the Castle is visible a rare example of "Tuscan Late Baroque architecture", the Oratory of the Madonna del Morbo (XVII century), a hexagonal building with dome scales. Continuing for the borgo maestro lined with arcades that allow a visit to covered in each time you arrive at the ancient Abbey of San Fedele (XI century). Finally, the Augustinian Monastery (16th century), which conserves valuable terrecotte robbiane. In Poppi is widespread and renowned the ancient art of mobile thanks to which are made objects spazianti from renaissance style up to modern, passing for the rustic one.