The main square with the church
|Elevation||410 m (1,350 ft)|
|Time zone||UTC+1 (CET)|
|• Summer (DST)||UTC+2 (CEST)|
Poggio Murella is composed by several borgate (hamlets): Basso, Bubbolina, Greppo, Poderino, Poggetto, Poggio Sassorosso, Sellaie, Termine, Torre.
The village was formerly known as Poggio di Saturnia and then as Poggio di Capanne, and it was renamed with its current name in 1927, as it became a frazione of Manciano.
- San Giuseppe (19th century), main parish church of the village, it was built by the will of the wealthy landowner Giuseppe Zammarchi in the late 19th century.
- Castellum Aquarum, a large Roman cistern with the interior divided into two naves with barrel vaults and covered by opus reticulatum.
- Museum of the Philarmonic Pietro Mascagni, the historical musical band of Poggio Murella named after the composer Pietro Mascagni and founded in the 19th century.
- (in Italian) Popolazione residente - Grosseto (dettaglio loc. abitate) - Censimento 2001, Istat.
- (in Italian) Poggio Murella, Manciano official website.
- (in Italian) Parish of Poggio Murella, Diocese of Pitigliano-Sovana-Orbetello, official website.
- Giovanni De Feo, Le città del tufo nella valle del Fiora. Guida ai centri etruschi e medioevali della Maremma collinare, Pitigliano, Laurum Editrice, 2005.
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