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December is the darkest period of the year. And the time before Christmas is supposed to be a little bit "low season". But not in Florence, because here you'll find F-Light!

Posted on 22/11/2017

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On the first Sunday of the month state-owned museums and archaeological areas are open for free for everybody: it's Sunday at the Museum.

Posted on 8/11/2017

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Do not miss the exhibition at Palazzo Medici Riccardi dedicated to Keith Haring and Paolo Buggiani in the background of an incendiary New York in the early Eighties.

Posted on 25/10/2017

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Visits and themed routes between Palazzo Strozzi and Palazzo Vecchio.

Posted on 24/10/2017

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Teatro Niccolini welcomes visitors to the Great Duomo Museum. A film will prepare the viewers so that they can understand the genesis of the monuments in Piazza Duomo and the masterpieces located there.

Posted on 24/10/2016

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One of the oldest European institutions of assistance to children has reopened its doors after a long period of refurbishment begun in 2010, with its splendid museum that has been completely restored.

Posted on 8/10/2016

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Florence’s most ancient past is tied to the Etruscan civilization. It is known that the city was founded by the Romans, but the surrounding settlements were Etruscan and in many cases, the traces are still highly visible.

Posted on 31/5/2016

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In the year of the "Jubilee of Mercy" on January 20, 2016, a completely renovated Museum of the Misericordia in Florence was opened to the public.

Posted on 21/1/2016

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A peaceful island in the middle of a crossroads of very busy streets on the main ring of avenues: this is the English cemetery in Florence.

Posted on 6/1/2016

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The Pitti Palace, the “new home” of the ruling family selected by Eleanor of Toledo. A real royal palace for the lords of Florence and Tuscany, it is one of the city’s most known places.

Posted on 28/8/2015

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The museums managed by the state and present in Florence in some of the most famous locations in the city have paid special attention to visually impaired and blind people.

Posted on 7/5/2015

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Starting from Brunelleschi's Dome to the terracotta vase, here we will explain which Florence icons is worth visiting and why.

Posted on 13/11/2014

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Situated in the village of San Donnino, part of the municipality of Campi Bisenzio in the north-west suburbs of Florence, is the Museo di arte sacra.

Posted on 6/6/2014

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The Museo Casa Siviero is actually a house that you enter feeling a bit intrigued, a bit intruder.
The small villa on the Lungarno Serristori has the appearance of a normal dwelling; the entrance is beside the garden.

Posted on 1/4/2014

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The Park of Poggio Valicaia is set in the hills to the south west of Florence in the municipality of Scandicci. It was once an extensive, privately-owned farm but when it was donated to the town, it was turned into a public park.

Posted on 1/4/2014

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Florence was the driving force of the Renaissance, the witness of a few episodes of the Baroque between the seventeenth and the eighteenth centuries and the home of the Macchiaioli painters. This city makes really interesting offers to its visitors concerning the circuit of contemporary art as well.

Posted on 6/12/2013

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If you enjoy taking long walks in the open air, maybe shrouded in the silence of the countryside and you are also fond of contemporary art, this is the right path for you.

Posted on 3/12/2013

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