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The first week of May is usually a busy week in Italy, as it happens to be occupied with this event which is famously known as Calendimaggio. Basically, this is an event to celebrate the good being and the arrival of spring. Furthermore, Signoria square is an excellent location to hold such a celebration. It attracts the locals in Florence, and it is also valued internationally because tourists visit it regularly.Before going to the Signoria square, some pre-events are held,…
Italian food is known for its simple and tasty recipes, which mainly revolve around ingredients such as cheeses, pasta, olive oil and wine. Italian cuisine has gained popularity around the world because a gourmet spread can be whipped up using few ingredients, which are not just tasty, they are also readily available. Every place or rather every region in Italy has its unique food, recipes, and flavor, some of which are exclusive to it. The typical Florentine cuisine is simple,…
The three cities of Siena, Arezzo and Florence contain a wealth of classical architecture so typical of the times past. Every top artist and sculptor of Italy sprung from these three cities. They have captured the imagination of the connoisseurs of art from all over the world. The beauty of their architecture is there for all to see and feel – very real and ethereal. Siena Cathedral in Siena represents the very best of Italian architecture. Comprising the seminal works…
Apart from gelato, pizza, pasta and bruschetta, the most famous dishes from the Tuscan region is the ribollita (meaning reboiled) and panzanella, which define the Tuscan tradition of not throwing stale bread away. Ribollita is a bread and vegetables soup made from leftover bread and a variety of vegetables. Panzanella is another variation of leftover bread with onion, cucumbers and tomatoes seasoned with vinegar and olive oil. For variety, you can add capers and tuna. Dishes from Tuscany vary according…
What more can we ask for in a region such as Tuscany in Italy? It is the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance. Located here, the Uffizi and the Pitti Palace are world famous museums. It is the originator of the Chianti wine, a universally acclaimed product of the Tuscany region. Leonardo da Vinci was born here and became famous as the ‘Universal Genius.’ Its legacy in art, history, traditions, natural landscapes and scintillating coast line is found nowhere else in…
Florence: the city of the heart Florence is undoubtedly one of the most evocative Italian cities rich in history, art, culture and social life. It is recommended for those who appreciate nature and love spending time in green spaces, and then make a healthy walk among the monumental works, museums, monuments and, finally, devote themselves to artistic and social events.
The city of Florence which is the capital city of Tuscany is one of the most beautiful cities all over the world. Tuscany is itself a magnificent city which houses one of the seven wonders of the world, " The Leaning Tower of Pisa " and Florence, the capital city, is even more beautiful compared to Tuscany. The city is surely known for its architectural structures which are of the Italian Renaissance style. Apart from architectural structures of the city,…
Florence, the capital city of Tuscany, is regarded as one of the most beautiful cities in the world. The city is popularly known worldwide for its culture. The city of Florence has many historic monuments, art galleries, museums and libraries which depict the rich culture of the city. Politically, economically and culturally, the city of Florence is considered as the most important city, not only in Italy but also in the whole of Europe. Dante, Petrarch, and Boccaccio, one of…
Everyone knows that Florence is the city of the past. The historical metropolis is located in the Tuscany region of Italy. Every building and street in the city has its own story to tell. Many people come to Florence to study, travel, or live. Living in Florence could be a fruitful idea because you would be enthralled by the beauty of the landscapes and architecture. If you are new to the city, you may not know about the most striking…
Everyone knows that Italian is a romantic language. There is an interesting history behind the birth of the language. Florence is a stunning city to for travelling, living, and studying. There are multiple reasons to travel to Florence. However, travellers and aspiring students view it as a charming city but they do not look at the most important aspect. Florence is the birthplace of Italian language. This is the place where the romantic language was invented! This post will help…

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