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Did you know that on the first Sunday of each month State Museums are free for everyone?

Published: 31/8/2017

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An itinerary on the path of Michelangelo

This itinerary is intended to be a simple invitation to discover all the other works by Michelangelo that are present in Florence besides the David (which is now an icon of mass tourism).

Published: 6/4/2017

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Florence and its markets

Florence has been a market town since the Middle Ages, and therefore offers an infinite number of small and large markets.

Published: 6/6/2016

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San Giovanni quarter

San Giovanni quarter  is the very heart of the city. The name is the same of the Baptistry of Florence, just in front of the gothic Cathedral Santa Maria del Fiore.

Published: 17/2/2017

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Five Etruscan traces

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.

Published: 31/5/2016

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Oltrarno, where craftsmen work

The part of the town on the left bank of the river Arno is called Oltrarno. 
Published: 20/6/2016

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The cycle path on the river Arno

The Arno River is among the first Italian rivers in order of length, as it stretches for 241 kilometers from its source on the southern slope of Mount Falterona, in the tosco-romangolo Apennines, to its mouth in the Ligurian Sea.

Published: 13/4/2016

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