“The world that wasn’t there” exhibition

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From September 19th , 2015 to March 6th, 2016, the “Museo archeologico Nazionale”, the National Archaeology Museum of Florence will be hosting a unique exhibition under the title “the world that wasn’t there”. This exhibition is about pre-Columbian Mesoamerican and South American

Uffizi Gallery upgrades rooms 25 ~ 32

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Uffizi gallery recently upgraded rooms 25 to 32. The rooms 25 to 32 hold 16th century Florentine, Venetian, and Lombarde paintings by world-renown artists such as Michelangelo. Since Uffizi gallery, built as an office building in 16th century, the much

Firenze Suona Contemporanea

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Bargello National Museum of Florence is the home of masterpieces of Michelangelo, Donatello, and Gianlorenzo. Moreover, its courtyard, surrounded by graceful loggia housing quality sculptures, offers a beautiful open air stage. As it is, Bargello Museum hosts Firenze Suona Contemporanea,

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

LdM Dante Party

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On the 28th of July 2015, the LdM Event Planning Class organized a special Dante Party inspired by the 750th anniversary since the supreme poet’s birth. The goal of this special LdM event is to provide students with more knowledge

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

Da Vinci Alive exhibition in Florence

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Da Vinci Alive is an interactive exhibition about the life and genius of Leonardo da Vince which takes place from June 5th to November 2nd in the Santo Stefano al Ponte museum near the Ponte Vecchio. Leonardo da Vinci is

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

LdM students at work: the Mortal Veil

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European art took a grand step when Michelangelo praised the beauty and strength from human body. Active and magnificent, his figures are celebrated even after half a millennium. A special exhibition the Mortal Veil in Casa Buonaroti sheds light on Michelangelo’s