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Ranked #151 of 222 attractions in Florence
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
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Ranked #152 of 222 attractions in Florence
Category: Historic Sites; Landmarks
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Ranked #153 of 222 attractions in Florence
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals; Landmarks
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Ranked #154 of 222 attractions in Florence
Category: Art Galleries
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Ranked #155 of 222 attractions in Florence
  • Great stay. 06/19/2014
Category: Convention Centers; Historic Sites
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Ranked #156 of 222 attractions in Florence
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Ranked #157 of 222 attractions in Florence
Category: Nature and Parks
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Ranked #158 of 222 attractions in Florence
Category: Museums
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Ranked #159 of 222 attractions in Florence
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Ranked #160 of 222 attractions in Florence
Category: Castles; Landmarks
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Ranked #161 of 222 attractions in Florence
Category: Religious Sites; Landmarks
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Ranked #162 of 222 attractions in Florence
Category: Museums
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Ranked #163 of 222 attractions in Florence
Category: Historic Walking Areas; Landmarks
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Ranked #164 of 222 attractions in Florence
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Ranked #165 of 222 attractions in Florence
Category: Historic Sites; Gardens
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Ranked #166 of 222 attractions in Florence
  • Beautiful work! 04/02/2013
Category: Art Galleries
Owner description: At Studio Artemisia in historical center of Florence few steps from Ponte Vecchio can find frescoes, sgraffiti,... more » Owner description: At Studio Artemisia in historical center of Florence few steps from Ponte Vecchio can find frescoes, sgraffiti, illuminations, copies of paintings, gildings and frames made on ancient techniques.Artemisia also offers restoration of paintings on canvas and wood, wood sculptures, frescoes, and gilding.Individual and group classes of ancient techniques: fresco, egg tempera, gilding. « less
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Ranked #167 of 222 attractions in Florence
Category: Educational Sites; Landmarks
Owner description: The Eurocentres school, the oldest state recognized school of foreign languages in Florence, can be found in Palazzo... more » Owner description: The Eurocentres school, the oldest state recognized school of foreign languages in Florence, can be found in Palazzo Guadagni, a Renaissance palace dating from the 16th century which is located in the middle of the old town centre near the Ponte Vecchio.Eurocentres is a Swiss Foundation which was established in 1948 to help people to learn communicate in different languages. At present Eurocentres teaches in 35 schools around Europe, USA, Canada, Australia and Japan. About 15.000 students annually study one of the world's most important languages at Eurocentres: English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Russian or Japanese.The historic school building, renovated in 1992, has eleven classrooms, a multimedia learning centre, a lecture room and a student lounge and is in a quaint Italian quarter. The school is in the centre of the oldest part of Florence, 300 m from the Pitti Palace, 500 m from the Ponte Vecchio and about 15 minutes' walk from the cathedral (il Duomo) and from the railway station.The building is the work of the architect Cronaca and was built between 1502 and 1508. In the 1860's, it was extensively improved by the architect Poggi with the addition of beautiful frescoes. The school was completely renovated, taking care to enhance the original features but also making use of the best of modern Italian design to produce a stunning mix of new and old. « less
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Ranked #168 of 222 attractions in Florence
Category: Art Museums; Museums
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Ranked #169 of 222 attractions in Florence
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals; Museums
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Ranked #170 of 222 attractions in Florence
Category: Libraries; Traveler Resources
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Ranked #171 of 222 attractions in Florence
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Ranked #172 of 222 attractions in Florence
Category: Observatories/ Planetariums; Museums
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Ranked #173 of 222 attractions in Florence
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
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Ranked #174 of 222 attractions in Florence
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
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Ranked #175 of 222 attractions in Florence
  • Nice Gothic Church 05/20/2012
Category: Religious Sites; Landmarks
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Ranked #176 of 222 attractions in Florence
Category: Tourist/ Visitor Centers; Traveler Resources
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Ranked #177 of 222 attractions in Florence
  • For Children 10/21/2013
Category: Museums
Owner description: Stories at the Museum opens the doors of art museums to children and gives them the oportunity to experience art in a fun and... more » Owner description: Stories at the Museum opens the doors of art museums to children and gives them the oportunity to experience art in a fun and educational way.what?An art awareness program that turns museums into a children-friendly environment, using notable works of art as a jumping point to discovering their passion for art.How?Through weekly Stories at the Museum, children will be introduced to new works of art together with storytelling and hands-on projects. They will become not only familiar with the masterpieces, but frequent museum visits will also become a normal and enjoyable activity.When?From October to December 2013, Stories at the Museum will welcome children to the Bardini Museum once a week from 16:30 to 18:00. All activities will be held in English.Ages 7-10 on Mondays.Ages 4-6 on Wednesdays.Why?Because Florence Explorers believes art and literature is an essential part of childhood, and with Stories at the Museum, children are given the opportunity to expand their imaginations and their art awareness.Who?Lina Martinez, born in Colombia, raised in D.C. International nomad. BA in Art History, BFA in Visual Arts. Art History professor, Museologist and Mom.Annie Campbell, born in Missouri. Art and book nerd. BA in English Literature, BFA in Art. MA in Mixed Media. 10+ years kid experience. Loves hanging out in the museum.Last DetailsCost per individual visit: 30 eurCost per 4 visits of your choice: 100 eurFor more info and enrollment:Lina Martinez « less
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Ranked #178 of 222 attractions in Florence
Category: Gardens; Nature and Parks
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Ranked #179 of 222 attractions in Florence
Category: Art Galleries
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Ranked #180 of 222 attractions in Florence
Category: Museums
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