Meet Sara Amrhein, an American Jewelry Designer in Florence.

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Have you ever dreamed about moving to Florence from the U.S.? Then you might want to meet Sara Amrhein, an American Jewelry designer who works in Florence now. In the interview with LdM, she shares how she started jewelry design

Glue Alternative Concept Space

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If you are mainly around the historic center of Florence, and has never been farther than the Campo Marte station, now you have a reason to buy two bus tickets and explore the new part of this city. On the

Photo exhibit: San Lorenzo neighborhood

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San Lorenzo’s Stimatte Oratorio is hosting a photography exhibition about long-standing, but ever changing neighborhood of San Lorenzo from September 3rd to 19th, titled as San Lorenzo, le pietre magnifiche, i cieli, gli abbandonni. This exhibition is composed of Giancarlo

Secret Sense of Florence – Looking for Street Art

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Have you noticed road signs in Florence is different from everywhere else? Have you seen Mona Lisa, Dante, and Dante wearing a goggle? How about little line figures looking for an exit all over Florence? If you have, you must

Escape the Summer Heat at Le Pavoniere!

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Weren’t expecting the Italian heat? Are you longing to take a cool dip, but you don’t want to miss out on any of the historical wonders? Look no further! Nestled in the Green Heart of Florence’s Cascine park is one of

The Lost Libreria

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It is every traveler’s wish to find a unique, affordable souvenir with some personal story. Especially when you have been around the same city for a while, you won’t be so satisfied with being a typical tourist. So, LdM news

Ciao Down with LdM

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Ciao Down, which LdM students took inspiration from the Milan expo 2015 to bring the essence of the expo that will be happening in a couple of days to Florence and shed light on this years expo theme “ Feed

An Easter Treat

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  The Colombo Pasquale is a treat enjoyed by Italians throughout the holiday of easter. Modelled after the traditional christmas cake “panettone” this dove shaped cake represents peace for the occasion. With origins in Milan, the pastry has become a must-have

Spring Equinox and partial eclipse of the sun at Santa Maria Novella

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March 20, 2015 people from all over the world  gathered in Santa Maria Novella to witness the Spring equinox, something that happens around every 20 years. Santa Maria Novella, the museum of Galileo, the Istituto Geografico Militar have all collaborated to

The Illusion of Sciltian exhibition, Villa Bardini

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Villa Bardini is excited to showcase the collection of Gregorio Sciltian 30 years after his death. Sciltian was a Russian painter who later became a naturalized citizen of Italy. The exhibition consists of 112 works; paintings, sketches, drawings, and graphics.