ExhibitionsFlorenceMuseum

Exhibition “Spring of Renaissance” in Florence

Palazzo Strozzi hosts the beautiful exhibition “Spring of Renaissance” (it. La Primavera del Rinascimento) from the 23rd of March till the 18th of August 2013. The exhibit goes back to the history of sculpture and arts that sprouted in Florence between 1400 and 1460.

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Lucca Summer Festival 2013 (updated)

The Lucca Summer Festival is one of the most important musical event in Italy and one of the biggest musical events in Tuscany. The Lucca Summer Festival is held in Lucca during the month of July since 1998 and its stages hosted through years national and international bands and singers, always with a great response […]

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Italian Recipes. Real Italian Pizza

There’s no other Italian word known in the world better as “pizza”, this is, without doubt, our national dish. Personally I never met an Italian who doesn’t like pizza… at least the real italian pizza. I say real italian pizza because the diffusion of this dish around the world has meant that every country has […]

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La Notte Bianca a Firenze – Florence White Night

30th april – 1th may 2013 ‘Volare’, or to Fly, will be the theme of this April’s Firenze Notte Bianca 2013. Florence is set to have it’s next Notte Bianca, or White Night, on the 30th of April. The city remains alive and pulsing all through the night with concerts, exhibitions, events and museums remaining […]

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Week’s Place: Vasari Corridor

The Vasari Corridor (Italian: Corridoio Vasariano) is an elevated enclosed passageway in Florence, central Italy, which connects the Palazzo Vecchio with the Palazzo Pitti. Beginning on the south side of the Palazzo Vecchio, it then joins the Uffizi Gallery and leaves on its south side, crossing the Lungarno dei Archibusieri and then following the north […]

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Short Coffee Dictionary

Espresso coffee, today well known throughout the world, was invented in 1884. The machine which produced it was patented by Angelo Moriondo of Turin. The invention was then covered by International Patent after being registered in Paris on the 23rd of October 1885. 17 years later, in 1901, the machine was improved by Luigi Bezzera […]

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