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Have a look at the scheduled events in 2014  events_2014_upadate-March.pdf .
 
 
Vegetable perspective at Forte Belvedere

In its most recent history, the Forte Belvedere has been the perfect stage for the works of contemporary artists. The last one, in chronological order, is Zhang Huan, whose exhibition coincided with a long period of closure for the Medici fort.

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Festival of Unicorno
Come and experience the medieval atmosphere at the fantasy festival in Vinci. If you are keen on Game of Thrones, take the chanche to visit the Festival dell'Unicorno on the fourth weekend of July.
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The Galileo Workshops and the city

Point of reference for the entire district of Rifredi, a source of pride for the city, the Galileo Workshops celebrate their 150th anniversary.  The Galileo Museum traces their history, changes and developments with an exhibition in its own venue in Piazza dei Giudici.

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Baccio Bandinelli

The first monographic exhibition dedicated to Baccio Bandinelli, a sixteenth-century artist who was very active in Florence.

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The Dawn of Etruscan Princes

Excavation campaigns in the Archaeological Park of Cortona have uncovered the objects of the second funerary circle of Sodo, made up of more than 15 intact graves dating between the end of the Seventh Century and the beginning of the Sixth Century BC that have undergone restoration. On display in the exhibition Cortona. The Dawn of Etruscan Princes, they aim at offering a journey that brings visitors 2700 years back until the dawn of the Etruscan civilization in Cortona.

 

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Remembering Artusi

It’s now a hundred years since the death of Pellegrino Artusi, the father of Italian cuisine and the man behind Italian unification in culinary terms.

Born in Forlimpopoli in 1820, he died at just over 90 in 1911, having lived for sixty years in Florence.

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Three prophets

Superb exhibition hall for the Three Prophets, three large sculptures by Donatello side by side in the Baptistery of Florence.

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The Fierucola meets the artistic crafts

Known and appreciated  the event called Lungoungiorno takes place in the historic premises of the Vecchio Conventino (literally, old little convent) that have been restored and turned into the heart of artistic crafts in Florence.

 

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Giovanni Colacicchi, an artist to discover

Before the First and Second World War, when Florence was visited by great intellectuals, poet Giovanni Colacicchi was very active: he was a music lover equipped with a paintbrush.

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Family matters

Eleven international contemporary artists will show the various ways to be a family and depict the family.

In the family, the people develop their own personalities and interpersonal relationships, they live their own story.

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FirenzeTurismo, an APP

FirenzeTurismo (just like this website) is the name of the new tourist application to learn about the city of Florence and the territory of the province, in Italian and English.

Developed for Ios and Android devices, the APP is an essential element for tourists who wants to visit Florence and its surroundings.

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Pollock, the figure of fury

The 450 years after Michelangelo Buonarroti’s death are the perfect inspiration for hosting some of the works created by the genius of modern painting, Jackson Pollock.

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Voices of the earth

Archaeological excavations are something new for the city of Scandicci, neighboring Florence. However, during works for the construction of buildings, rare finds of an Etruscan and Roman necropolis have been uncovered in the industrial area.

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Fiesole and the Longobards

2014, the Civic Archaeological Museum of Fiesole celebrates its 100 years. This important anniversary is celebrated with an exhibition showing the Longobard artefacts found in Fiesole and in the excavation campaigns carried out by the Superintendency for the Archaeological Heritage of Tuscany in the Garibaldi area.

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Firenze prima di Arnolfo
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Dieci incontri per scoprire come era Firenze tra l’XI e il XIII secolo, prima dell’espansione della cinta muraria, delle grandi basiliche, di Santa Maria del Fiore e di Palazzo della Signoria.

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Michelangelo's architectural work at San Lorenzo

The artist’s designs on display at Casa Buonarroti
The death of Lorenzo the Magnificent in 1492 and the exiling of the Medici from Florence two years later meant that San Lorenzo, the large basilica designed by Brunelleschi, remained incomplete. There was no façade and the project, strongly sponsored by Lorenzo himself, to build a new funerary chapel to mirror Brunelleschi’s Old Sacristy had probably gone no further than a preliminary stage.

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