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Another idea linked to the layout of some buildings in Valle Bendetta that could be aligned with the Jerusalem map ... the Cenacle, a sacred place for Christianity, is the name given to the famous congregation of artists always present in Valle Benedetta.

Therefore there are
San Gualberto Church = Church of Holy Sepulchre
Radio Station with the Dome = Dome of the Rock
Radio Antenna similar to cross = Golgotha
Cenacle (the Valle Benedetta's artist congregation) = Cenacle (the one of the last supper)
 
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I also remember that we had already written about the Church of the Holy Sepulcher of Pisa (a city near Livorno, for those who were not Italian). This church is where Antonio Martelli was to be buried, but his funeral was not officially done and there is no burial place.

Coincidentally, another Church of the Holy Sepulcher, in addition to the chapel of Valle Benedetta.

Last consideration, the Church of the Holy Sepulcher of Pisa was built on an octagonal base (Templar symbolism) and in Armenian style.
 

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Another idea linked to the layout of some buildings in Valle Bendetta that could be aligned with the Jerusalem map ... the Cenacle, a sacred place for Christianity, is the name given to the famous congregation of artists always present in Valle Benedetta.

Therefore there are
San Gualberto Church = Church of Holy Sepulchre
Radio Station with the Dome = Dome of the Rock
Radio Antenna similar to cross = Golgotha
Cenacle (the Valle Benedetta's artist congregation) = Cenacle (the one of the last supper)
I also remember that we had already written about the Church of the Holy Sepulcher of Pisa (a city near Livorno, for those who were not Italian). This church is where Antonio Martelli was to be buried, but his funeral was not officially done and there is no burial place.

Coincidentally, another Church of the Holy Sepulcher, in addition to the chapel of Valle Benedetta.

Last consideration, the Church of the Holy Sepulcher of Pisa was built on an octagonal base (Templar symbolism) and in Armenian style.
Thanks Mjölnir , a research worthy of a hunter of the hidden past.