Sesto Fiorentino
The origins of the Municipality of Sesto Fiorentino can be found in the funeral art and architecture near Quinto, in the Villa Manfredi park, where the Etruscan tomb of Montagnola is still visible. The funeral structure dates back to the 7th century BC and has been excellently preserved.

Monuments of the most significant interest include the Tomb of Mula (Tomb of the She-Mule), a funeral structure in Thòlos, built in the 7th century BC.

The name was derived from an ancient legend, according to which a Gold Mule was buried in the area.

Also worth mentioning is the 9th century churches of St. Martino and St. Andrea in Cercina, and the 12th century churches of St. Maria in Quinto and of St. Bartolomeo in Carmignanello.
For nature enthusiasts, a must-see tourist itinerary in Sesto Fiorentino includes the "Parco del Neto", a natural space inside a highly urbanised area, which has remained unspoiled.
Amongst the most ancient churches of Sesto Fiorentino, it is important to mention the church of Santa Maria and San Jacopo in Querceto.