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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.

Published: 6/12/2013

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Contemporary Florence

Who thinks that Florence is only the cradle of the Renaissance?
Florence is universally considered to be the City of art par excellence, an everlasting outdoor museum with its priceless heritage, the perception of the city is surely univocal in everyone’s mind; the main idea is that of a city basically linked to the Renaissance.
Published: 6/12/2013

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Santo Spirito quarter

The quarter of Santo Spirito is a lively part of the city, the only quarter beyond the river Arno, where people still live and handcrafts are still active.
Published: 13/4/2013

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Open air sculptures and art

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.

Published: 3/12/2013

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Santa Croce quarter

Santa Croce is a very central city quarter, with many venues of historical importance and not to be missed.

Published: 13/4/2013

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Santa Maria Novella quarter

In the Santa Maria Novella quarter there are many interesting buildings, churches and museums to visit.
Published: 13/5/2013

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The bridges of Florence: Ponte Santa Trinita

The history of  the Ponte Santa Trinita is not simply that of one bridge, but of five bridges, all built and destroyed in exactly the same place.

Published: 1/5/2012

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