Pitti Palace and Boboli Gardens Tour---A day in court with the Medicis, the Lorraines and the kings of Italy..!---guided-tour-pitti-palace-boboli-gardens
The Accademia Gallery private tour---Meeting the David---accademia-gallery-private-tour-florence
The Uffizi Gallery private tour---Walk with the Medici family and admire their treasures---uffizi-gallery-guided-tour-florence
Private Bargello Tour---Wonderland never seemed so close..!---private-bargello-tour-florence
Florence science walking tour---Science has never been so charming---florence-science-walking-tour
Private walking tour of Florence---Discover the hidden gems of Florence---walking-tour-florence-italy

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Art Meets Astronomy in Florence: The Tools and Masterpieces of Danti and Masaccio

Art Meets Astronomy in Florence: The Tools and Masterpieces of Danti and Masaccio

Art Meets Astronomy in Florence in the Santa Maria Novella church with some astronomical tools by Egnazio Danti.

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Tuscan Tapestry: A Walking Tour of Florence’s Iconic White and Green Marble

Tuscan Tapestry: A Walking Tour of Florence’s Iconic White and Green Marble

Florence’s Romanesque, Gothic and Renaissance churches are made of strips and squares of brilliant white and green marbles.

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The Curious History of the Vases of Coburg

The Curious History of the Vases of Coburg

In Palazzo Pitti there's a stunning collection of ivory vases. The most unique of these, are the vases of Coburg, arrived in Florence as spoils of war.

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The Life and Misadventures of Gian Gastone

The Life and Misadventures of Gian Gastone

The truth behind the fake news about Giangastone of the Medicis

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Rubens Explains his Masterpiece “Consequences of War”

Rubens Explains his Masterpiece “Consequences of War”

The "Consequences of War" by Pieter Paul Rubens in the Palatine Gallery in Palazzo Pitti in Florence, one of the greatest Baroque paintings of all times

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Donatello's pulpits in San Lorenzo in Florence

Donatello's pulpits in San Lorenzo in Florence

Donatello's pulpits in San Lorenzo in Florence. One depicts stories of Jesus Christ's Crucifixion, the other depicts stories of Jesus Christ's Resurrection.

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