The Fieschi Letter suggests that Edward II stayed at Milascio from late 1334 to mid-1336. Evidence is mounting that in fact Milascio was Mulazzo.
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Did King Edward II of England seek refuge under the protection of the Malaspina family in Mulazzo in the 14th century?
Il Pungiglione’s Bottega dei Buoni Frutta, at Boceda in the comune of Mulazzo, is the perfect place to buy produce from local farmers and small producers.
Lunigiana is often described as the region with the most castles in Italy, or the land of over 100 castles
The newspapers are full of reports that Mulazzo has been selected to host refugees arriving in April from Lampedusa.
Miele Toscana and Consorzio Lunigiana Honey DOP are offering a course on beekeeping.
Because today is World Pesto Day, it would be negligent not to talk about the testaroli from Lunigiana, which are often, but not always, served with pesto.
On Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays between 2 August & 22 September 2013, there will be a special opening hours at the Archivio-Museo dei Malaspina in Mulazzo – 10:00 -12:00/15:30-18:30. Read up on Alessandro Malaspina here.