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26 09, 2017

The Heritage of San Marco’s Museum in Florence

By |26 September, 2017|Categories: Art, museums, culture|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Today I will be the one to take you around the city and as always, with a great pride because, everybody knows that thanks to its artistic richness Florence is a city of art, but maybe not everyone knows that in the top 15 art museums more visited in Italy, even one third is represented by Florentine Museums. Every tourist that wants to know our city should visit sooner or […]

5 06, 2017

“Todo Modo”: culture, meetings e great wine

By |5 June, 2017|Categories: Art, museums, culture|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Umberto Eco  said, “those who do not read, at 70 years old will have lived one life: their own! Those who read will have lived 5000 years because reading is an immortality backwards.” and in fact, while visiting the heart of our city, passing from the Carraia’S Bridge, practically in Goldoni Square, I recommend you a special place: “Todo Modo”. It’s  impossible considering it as a simply a shop that sells books, first […]

22 05, 2017

Mario Luca Giusti’s table, from Florence to all the world.

By |22 May, 2017|Categories: Antiche Dimore Fiorentine, Handicraft and Made in Florence|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

Walking through the common areas of our Antiche Dimore, maybe for a glass of wine or to read one of the book at your disposal, you will recognize some of the unique creations designed by Mario Luca Giusti, a distinguished florentine that – without ever leaving its beloved town – reached the most prestigious places in the world and a great success with his so chic household items that look like the old Crystal: “I’ve […]

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