Scatter all around the city, the Medici coat of arms can be seen everywhere from residential buildings to churches. Ever wonder what’s meaning of the tri-dimensional balls in it?
Visitors and locals now can visit the church of Santa Maria Novella and its cloister and refractories for the price of just one ticket.
Whether it is for its historical and artistic importance or its jaw dropping beauty, Florence has draw the attention of many fiction and non-fiction writers. See the city from the perspective of these authors, and learn more about the city.
Visitors of Florence sometimes struggle to find traces of the “authentic” Florentine life. Thanks to a young local you can find a game that will help you do that.
An issue of urban zones all over the world, graffiti has also made itself present in Florence to the dislike of some tourist and locals. However, not all of them are unpleasant or meaningless and some efforts are done by the pople to get rid of those that are out of place.
Running from May 12 to 15 in piazza Mentana, FluIDentity explores the universal human experience of change as expressed by nine young artists selected from the Lorenzo de’ Medici International Institute advanced art courses. Transformation is interpreted from an individual, psychological point of view as well as from a sociocultural standpoint. Consistently with the contemporary [...]