|Città di Chiusi|
|Frazioni||Chiusi Scalo, Macciano, Montallese, Querce al Pino|
|o Mayor||Juri Bettollini|
|o Total||58.15 km2 (22.45 sq mi)|
|Elevation||398 m (1,306 ft)|
(31 December 2017)
|Time zone||UTC+1 (CET)|
|o Summer (DST)||UTC+2 (CEST)|
53043, 53044, 53040
|Patron saint||St. Mustiola and St. Secondianus|
|Saint day||17 June|
In 540 AD it was occupied by the Ostrogoths and was later seat of a Lombard duchy. From the 11th century it was under the rule of the local bishop, and was later contended for by Orvieto and, from 1231, Siena, belonging to the latter until 1556, when it was annexed to the Grand duchy of Tuscany.
The lowlands around Chiusi house numerous trove of tombs for this civilization. The Etruscan Museum of Chiusi is one of the most important repositories of Etruscan remains in Italy.
Other sights include:
Chiusi is served by a gate on the A1 Highway. It is also served by a station on the railway connecting Rome to Florence (Chiusi-Chianciano Terme).
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