Author: Irene Martinelli

Florence and its “genius loci”

December appeared at the gates of Florence. The city is quiet, but it is ready to revive in the heat of Christmas when the flow of people flood alleys, streets and...

News about some Florentine remains

Thanks to its ancient and stratified history, Florence is rich in remnants of distant times. More or less visible, the remains tell us about these past times. Near the Piazza...

Florence and the wealth of Jewish heritage

The Uffizi Gallery represent the peak of Florentine and Italian pictorial culture from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance. The names of Giotto, Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael, Titian and Caravaggio -...

Natalia Goncharova in Florence

An extraordinary, determined and modern woman, Natalia Goncharova lives again in the exhibition dedicated to her at the Palazzo Strozzi in Florence, which will open on Saturday, September 28, 2019....

Michelangelo and the florentin unwelcome visitor

The Florentines, as we know, are known for their rather controversial and ironic character at the same time. In confirm of this aspect, in Florence circulates a legend that would...

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