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The Carrand collection at the Bargello Museum

Everyone knows the Museum of the Bargello in Florence as a great sculpture museum, but not many know that it is also the most important museum of applied arts in Italy, thanks to the so-called "Carrand collection" here exposed.

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Michelangelo's works at the Museum of the Bargello

The Museum of the Bargello in Florence hosts important masterpieces of the most famous Renaissance sculptor. We're talking about Michelangelo Buonarroti, of course, which has his own hall at the museum.

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In the shadow of power - Theatrical performance at the Bargello

A theatrical performance will be presented at the Bargello Museum in these first day of 2017 narrating stories, anecdotes and secrets of this palace.

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Giovanni dal Ponte (1385-1437) - The protagonist of Late Gothic Humanism on display at the Accademia Gallery

Up to 12 March 2017, the Accademia Gallery hosts the first monographic exhibition dedicated to the Florentine painter Giovanni di Marco (1385-1437), better known with the nickname Giovanni dal Ponte, since his shop was located in Piazza Santo Stefano al Ponte in Florence.

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From Palace of the Captain of the People to Bargello Museum

Throughout its long history, the Palace of the Bargello has had different functions and purposes, still remaining at the center of Florence's city life.

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David's Tribune

David's Tribune

Florence, Italien

Michelangelo's David is placed, inside the Accademia Gallery, under a special tribune designed by Emilio de Fabris. It's a square-shaped at the end of what currently is the Corridor of Prisons, with a closure at the top by a skylight for natural lighting on the sculpture.

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Bartolini Plaster Cast Gallery at the Accademia Gallery

The Plaster Cast Gallery at the Accademia contains models created by Lorenzo Bartolini, artist and professor, in an environment that ideally recreates the atmosphere of a sculpture studio of the XIX century, very similar to that one that Bartolini had in Borgo San Frediano.

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Accademia Gallery: works not to be missed

The Accademia Gallery in Florence is really full of works of art to see and admire. But here we mention the most important ones, the works that you definitely have to see at your first visit.

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A tour in Florence on the trail of David

With its 5.17 meters of pure beauty made from a single block of Carrara marble, Michelangelo's David is the male perfection, a masterpiece that radiates strength and energy. Not for nothing it is one of the most popular statues in the world. And we have it here, in Florence: the original and two copies.

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San Giorgio by Donatello: a holy warrior exposed at the Bargello

The San Giorgio by Donatello is part of the fourteen statues of the patron of the arts in Florence sculpted for the external niches of the Orsanmichele church. Made of Apuan marble and 209 cm high, the work dates from 1415 to 1417 and was commissioned by the Art of Armor and Sword. From 1891 it is preserved in the National Museum of the Bargello.

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Gothic Florence at the Accademia Gallery

The last section of the Accademia Gallery is dedicated to painting from the XIII to the XV century in Florence, with the oldest works of the whole gallery.

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The Tondo Pitti by Michelangelo

The Tondo Pitti is a marble bas-relief realized by Michelangelo between 1503 and 1504 and hosted at the National Museum of the Bargello in Florence. It is one of the most important works done by the artist, one of the most famous, dating from the same years in which Michelangelo was carving the David.

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How a genius works: the creative spirit of Michelangelo

From the biographical chronicles by Vasari and Condivi we know that when the creative spirit took possession of him, Michelangelo was able to work uninterrupted for several consecutive days. He could not even sleep for days, or wear the same clothes and the same shoes, never changing them. Let's discover how he worked...

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Bargello's tower and bell

Bargello's tower and bell

Florence, Italien

Alongside the Palazzo del Bargello, between the Canto del Bargello and the corner of Via Ghibellina, we find a tower 57 meters high which indicates the position of the Palazzo del Bargello. It's the Volognana tower.

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Della Robbia at the National Museum of the Bargello

The Della Robbia were sculptors and artists specialized in glazed terracotta, so much that the family has become the symbol of the colorful majolica. Their works, and in particular those of Andrea and Giovanni, are held in Florence, at the Bargello Museum, in two rooms specially dedicated to them.

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Summer at the Bargello 2016: two months of shows at the National Museum of the Bargello

As every year, the courtyard of the National Museum of the Bargello is back again to host the Summer festival at the Bargello, held every summer in the centuries-old courtyard of the museum among theater, dance and music.

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Musical instruments at the Accademia Gallery

The Accademia Gallery hosts a whole section dedicated to antique musical instruments, including instruments created by the lutist Antonio Stradivari and Bartolomeo Cristofori, the inventor of the piano.

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Accademia Gallery: The History

Accademia Gallery: The History

Florence, Italien

The Accademia Gallery is the most important museum in Florence dedicated to sculpture. Here is its history...

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David and anatomy, Michelangelo and the study of corpses

Michelangelo is universally recognized for his extraordinary skill in molding marble, producing statues that looked real for their accurate anatomical details. But how could Michelangelo reproduce with such accuracy and precision anatomical details?

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Verrocchio and the mid XV century sculpture at the Bargello Museum

The Hall of Verrocchio and the mid XV century sculpture at the Bargello Museum hosts sculpture mostly coming from the Uffizi Gallery, the Medici and Lorraine collections among which stands out the bronze David by Verrocchio.

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The Islamic collection at the Bargello Museum

The Islamic collection is one of the jewels of the Bargello Museum in Florence. The hall, adjacent to the tower, belongs to the oldest part of the building and includes work in various materials, from textile to ivory, from gold to silver.

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Michelangelo's David all over the world

Michelangelo's David is considered almost unanimously the synthesis of perfection and beauty. The original statue is hosted in the Galleria dell'Accademia in Florence, but the famous Renaissance statue has a large number of copies all over the world.

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The Hall of Donatello and the XV century sculpture at the Bargello Museum

The Museum of the Bargello in Florence devotes an entire room to Donatello and to the most famous sculptors of his time.

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Michelangelo's Prisoners at the Galleria dell'Accademia

At the Accademia Gallery, in Florence, alongside the corridor leading to the famous David by Michelangelo, stand four imposing statues sculpted by the same Michelangelo, referred to as the "Prisoners" or "Slave.

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The marble David by Donatello

The marble David by Donatello

Florence, Italien

We know almost everything about the David by Michelangelo and we have already spoken of the bronze David by Donatello, now we are going to analyze the marble version kept at the National Museum of the Bargello in Florence.

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Curiosities about Michelangelo's David

Michelangelo's David is an undisputed masterpiece of the Florentine art history. We already know a lot of things about it but now we want to tell you some trivia that few people know.

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Donatello's David

Donatello's David

Florence, Italien

The most famous David of the Florentine Renaissance is undoubtedly that of Michelangelo, but other David exist that have nothing to envy the more famous one. In particular, Donatello created not one but two David, one in bronze and one in marble, housed in the National Museum of the Bargello in Florence.

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Accademia Gallery Must-sees

Accademia Gallery Must-sees

Florence, Italien

The Accademia Gallery in Florence is so full of extraordinary works of art that it's high the risk of losing something. You cannot arrive unprepared at the entrance, so here there's a nice list with all the things you have to see in each hall... in order to avoid passing in front of an incredible work of art without even realizing it!

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The Chapel of Mary Magdalene at the Bargello Museum

Among the various rooms that make up the Bargello Museum there is also a chapel on the first floor, called the Chapel of Mary Magdalene.

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Carlo Portelli's works on display at the Galleria dell'Accademia

The Galleria dell’Accademia in Florence dedicates to the painter Carto Portelli, an unknown artist to the vast majority of its visitors, the exhibition "Carlo Portelli. An eccentric painter between Rosso Fiorentino and Vasari."

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David's nose

David's nose

Florence, Italien

Symbol of Florence and work of extraordinary beauty, Michelangelo's David is one of the most famous and admired sculpure in the world. Many original stories circulate around it, one in particular, that we are going to tell you today, concerns his pretty nose...

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Michelangelo and XVI century sculpture at the Bargello Museum

Among the various rooms at the National Museum of the Bargello in Florence the most visited is undoubtedly that of Michelangelo and the XVI century sculpture.

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The Bargello's courtyard

The Bargello's courtyard

Florence, Italien

The Bargello museum consists of several rooms, each of which is home to extraordinary artistic masterpieces. But entering, the first thing that strikes the visitor is its courtyard.

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The Accademia Gallery is the most appreciated museum in Italy

TripAdvisor, the international community for travelers from all over the world, annually releases a list of the Travelers' Choice Awards, defined by an algorithm that is based on the reviews and opinions expressed by users over the 12 months. The result is that the best museum in Italy is the Accademia Gallery in Florence.

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From the Bargello to the gallows

Nowadays the Museum of the Bargello in Florence treasures precious and important Renaissance statues but originally it was a prison and seat of the police authority. Here convicts were imprisoned, sometimes tortured, and from here started their final journey.

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Galleria dell'Accademia: hall of the Colossus

When we talk about the Galleria dell'Accademia in Florence, our thoughts go straight to the David and the powerful sculptures by Michelangelo. Actually, however, the museum also features other masterpieces that are definitely worth admiring, like the paintings in the hall of the Colossus.

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The Drunken Bacchus at the Bargello

The Drunken Bacchus, at the Museo del Bargello, is the most mysterious and debated work by Michelangelo.

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All About Michelangelo's David

All About Michelangelo's David

Florence, Italien

Considered among the most beautiful scultures ever seen by humanity, Michelangelo's David is one of the greatest masterpieces of all time. Like all precious and important things also David has a special history, let's discover it together.

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Bargello National Museum: the story

The Bargello National Museum is the largest museum of Italian sculpture, and also the most important in the world for the Renaissance sculpture. It houses masterpieces by Michelangelo, Donatello, Ghiberti, Cellini, Giambologna, Ammannati and other important sculptors, as well as a large collection of applied arts.

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Franciscan art on display at the Galleria dell'Accademia

Until next October 11 the Galleria dell'Accademia in Florence presents the exhibition "Franciscan art: masterpieces of art and Asian lands from the 13th to the 15th" that documents the artistic production of Franciscan matrix highlighting at the same time, the extraordinary work of evangelization of the Franciscans in Asia, from the Holy Land to China.

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Happy ending for Orpheus and Eurydice at the Bargello Museum

The National Museum of the Bargello in Florence hosts until October 11 the exhibition "The Ascent of Orpheus: Between and Beyond Representation and Abstraction," which contains the works of the American artist Adi Da Samraj.

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The Palio of Siena between past and present

The Palio of Siena is much more than a traditional festival, organized for tourism, the prize is - and those who took part in it knows - the life of the people of Siena. The event has really remote origins, so much so that some regulations still valid today, date back to 1644, when it was held the first prize with horses, first of a long, uninterrupted series.

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The Archaic Candour of Henri Rousseau in Venice

Until September 6, Palazzo Ducale in Venice hosts an exhibition dedicated to Henri Rousseau and entitled "Archaic Candour". Also known as the Douanier, Rousseau was a central personality of the figurative arts between the late XIX century and the period of the avant garde, famous for dreamlike atmospheres, forests and enchanting landscapes.

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Mercantia Certaldo: Street Theatre Festival

From July 15 to 19 in the delightful village of Certaldo, in the center of the Chianti region, there's Mercantia, an extraordinary street theatre festival that, every night, when the sun disappears below the horizon, turns the medieval town in a fairy tales land.

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The Spatial Concepts by Lucio Fontana in Turin

After a recent restoration the great Lucio Fontana's Spatial Concept (1952) is again visible to the public. Wunderkammer space in the Gallery of Modern Art in Turin dedicates to the Italo-Argentine artist an exhibition that brings together, after many years, some of his most significant works.

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Volterra: mysterious Tuscany

If you want to visit a different Tuscany, we recommend to book your next holidays in Volterra, among Etruscan ruins, medieval architecture, Renaissance paintings and a very original territory. Volterra is a magical town where historical tradition joins a beautiful and special nature.

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TERRANTICA. Faces, myths and images of the Earth in the ancient world on display in Rome

Until October 11, the Coliseum hosts a major exhibition dedicated to the worship of the Earth, from prehistory to the imperial age. "Terrantica. Faces, myths and images of the Earth in the ancient world", forms part of the issues addressed by Expo 2015, as a reflection on the power of Mother Earth, between human and divine, as the mother of all living things, in its particular generative and nourishing value.

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Expo Milano 2015: The countdown begins

We're almost there, missing very little at the beginning of Expo 2015, the Universal Exhibition hosted in Milan from May 1 to October 31. It will be the biggest event ever organized about food and nutrition.

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Medici villas in Tuscany

Medici villas in Tuscany

Florence, Italien

The Florentine Medici family counts among its ranks bankers, politicians and even popes. Known as the most important Florentine family, they used their great power and their immense wealth to rule Florence, collect an immense artistic patrimony and build majestic villas in the entire territory of Tuscany.

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Chagall. Love and Life in Rome

Love is everywhere in the new exhibition at the Cloister of Bramante in Rome until July 26. It could not be otherwise since the protagonist is Marc Chagall, the Russian painter of Jewish origin.

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Back in time in Siena on the Nature Train

From March 22 to May 31, the Nature Trains bring visitors back in time with the rhythms of a bygone era when travel meant also linger, enjoy the scenery, experiencing a vaguely "surreal" sensation in the carriages of a completely original steam train that will cross the most beautiful landscapes in the province of Siena.

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Matisse and East suggestions on display in Rome

The influences exercised by the East on the painting of Henri Matisse are on display until June 21 at the Quirinal Stables in Rome with "Matisse Arabesque", an exhibition that brings together over a hundred works by the French artist from the major museums in the world.

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The mind of Leonardo. Leonardo's drawings from the Codex Atlanticus in Milan

Until October 31, Milan hosts the exhibition "The mind of Leonardo. Leonardo's drawings from the Codex Atlanticus", an event that focuses on the personality of Leonardo, the richness of the themes he touched, the variety of his fields of interest and study and his particular art during the Italian Renaissance.

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Discovering Brunello and its territory

One of the most famous Italian wines, Brunello di Montalcino, grows in one of the most beautiful areas of Tuscany, the Val d'Orcia, UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2004.

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The winter charm in Rome

The winter charm in Rome

Rome, Italien

Most tourists visit Rome in summer but, actually, altough it is always an extraordinary city, in winter it has a special charm, which remains hidden to most tourists.

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Van Gogh and his farmers on display in Milan

"Van Gogh. The man and the earth" - till March 8 at the Palazzo Reale in Milan - is an exhibition that presents a completely new interpretation of the works by Van Gogh, focusing on issues related to Expo 2015: earth and its fruits, rural life, the cycle of seasons marked by the activity of plowing, sowing and harvesting.

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A relaxing holiday at the natural springs in Tuscany

Tuscany offers to its visitors almost everything: art and culture, nature, good food and also rest and relax at the thermal springs. This extraordinary region has a wide selection of natural thermal waters and extraordinary spas. So, start choosing the best accommodation in Tuscany - villas, hotels, B&B or a holiday home - and get ready to enjoy!

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Mario Sironi at the Vittoriano in Rome

One of the greatest masters of the Italian XX century, Mario Sironi, is presented until 8th February 2015 with the major retrospective "Mario Sironi. 1885-1961" at the Vittoriano in Rome.

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Christmas markets and more in Tuscany

Christmas spirit is in the air and we are starting to breathe it in all of Tuscany where, from here to Christmas and beyond, so many events will create an embarrassing wealth of options for those who have decided to spend their Christmas holidays in Tuscany.

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Amedeo Modigliani et ses amis in Pisa

On display at the Palazzo Blu in Pisa an exhibition dedicated to Amedeo Modigliani, bohemian artist who has reinvented the art of his time and embodied the tormented artist of the twentieth century.

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Discovering the Etruscan Tuscany

For history buffs Tuscany has a lot to offer. Starting from the ancient Etruscan civilization that occupied these lands long before the Romans, between the IX and the III century. Who wants to discover the Etruscan Tuscany will be spoiled for choice among the various paths that wind through the towns and villages that were founded by this people from Volterra to Fiesole, from Arezzo to Populonia.

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Tribute to the Maestro Piero Tosi - The art of stage costumes at the Costume Gallery of Palazzo Pitti

The Costume Gallery in the Pitti Palace dedicates, until next January 11, an exhibition to one of the great masters of Italian creativity in the service of cinema, the costume designer Piero Tosi, awarded in 2013 with an honorary Academy Award.

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Lights in Florence on the XX century

On the centenary of the Modern Art Gallery of Palazzo Pitti in Florence (1914-2014) an exhibition devoted to the museum’s twentieth-century collections.

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Discovering Chianti by bike

Discovering Chianti by bike

Florence, Italien

A perfect holiday in Tuscany certainly can not disregard a visit to Chianti and its delicious wine cellars and wineries. So book a farmhouse surrounded by vineyards and start a nice tasting tour among wines and breathtaking scenery!

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Memling, the Flemish Renaissance at the Quirinal Stables in Rome

An ambitious initiative is underway at the Quirinal Stables in Rome, where for the first time, until 18 January 2015, the Italian public will have the opportunity to discover Hans Memling, the artist who, in the second half of the fifteenth century, became the most important painter of Bruges and influenced many Italian artists, such as Leonardo and Raphael.

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From Guercino to Caravaggio.The Baroque on display in Rome at Palazzo Barberini

Until February 8, Palazzo Barberini in Rome opens to the exhibition that Sir Denis Mahon - a great collector of art and British art historian, who died in 2011 at 101 - had longed for his hundredth birthday.

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A visit to Pienza, the city of pecorino cheese

Tuscany is known around the world for its culinary delights, most notably cheese and especially pecorino cheese. A holiday in a farmhouse in Pienza will surely give you the opportunity to discover extraordinary landscapes and delicious flavors of the region, among all, the pecorino cheese.

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Oltrarno in Florenz: Die echte und aufrichtige Seite der Stadt

Für Ihren nächsten Besuch in Florenz buchen Sie eine Unterkunft in dem Viertel Oltrarno, in dem die alten Traditionen und Gewohnheiten vergangener Zeiten noch heute leben.

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Das Beste am Val d'Orcia

Das Beste am Val d'Orcia

Pienza, Italien

Das Val d'Orcia ist das Gebiet zwischen den Provinzen Siena und Grosseto. Es ist der ideale Ort für einen Urlaub in der Toskana, reich an exzellenten und typischen Unterkünften.

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Kunst in Florenz zwischen dem 16. und 17. Jahrhundert: Rein, simpel und natürlich.

Bis zu, 2. November präsentieren die Uffizien in Florenz die Ausstelung "Rein, simpel und natürlich. Kunst in Florenz zwischen dem 16. und 17. Jahrhundert", das Ergebnis einer kritisch-wissenschaftlichen Studie der Florentiner Malerei dieser Zeit.

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Maggio Musicale Fiorentino

Maggio Musicale Fiorentino

Florenz, Italien

Liebhaber klassischer Musik dürfen den Summer in Florenz nicht verpassen. Von Mai bis September findet hier das Maggio Musicale Fiorentino statt, ein außergewöhnliches Festival, das jedes Jahr musikbegeisterte Menschen aus aller Welt mit seinem Qualitätsprogramm bestehend aus Kunst und Musik anzieht.

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La fortuna dei primitivi. Italienische Kunstschätze aus den Sammlungen des 18. und 19. Jahrhunderts

Bis zum 8. Dezember präsentiert die Galleria dell'Accademia, das Florentiner Museum, das das Original des Davids von Michelangelo ausstellt, eine Ausstellung mit dem Namen "La fortuna dei primitivi. Italienische Kunstschätze aus den Sammlungen des 18. und 19. Jahrhunderts."

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Sacri Splendori. Schätze aus der Reliquienkapelle ausgestellt im Palazzo Pitti

Vom 10. Juni bis 2. November können Sie im Silbermueum des Palazzo Pitti in Florenz wertvolle religiöse Artefakte aus der Kapelle der Relikte bewundern.

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Autumn is the month of mushrooms in Tuscany!

For mushroom lovers, the best time to visit Tuscany is undoubtedly fall. The autumn climate is ideal for growing mushrooms with still warm temperatures and damp conditions of the soil. Book an accommodation in the countryside and start searching and tasting (!) these delicious autumn fruits of the earth.

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Van Gogh's masterpieces in a multimedia exhibition in Florence

Van Gogh's paintings are indoubtely fascinating. But, in the multimedia exhibition held in Florence until April 12 - Van Gogh Alive. The Experience - they become a truely multi-sensory experience.

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14-2014 d.C. : the bimillenary from the death of Augustus in Campania

Naples celebrates until May 4, the Emperor Augustus, who gave a deep impression to the fortunes of Campania, Italy and the Mediterranean, with the exhibition "Augustus in Campania. From Octavian to Divine Augustus. 14-2014 a.C.".

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The poetry of light on display in Venice

Until March 15 the Museo Correr in Venice offers an amazing journey that traces the developments of Venetian art from the 15th to the 19th century with over 130 extraordinary drawings from the National Gallery of Art in Washington. A fascinating journey through four centuries of Venetian art.

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It's Carnival time in Viareggio!

It has officially begun the period of Carnival and throughout Tuscany is colored with masks confetti and streamers. But the most famous Carnival (and beautiful), the most irreverent and popular is undoubtedly the Carnival of Viareggio.

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In Florenz, die Raserei von Pollock mit einem Auge auf Michelangelo

Until July 27 Florence pays homage for the first time to one of the greatest protagonist of the arts all over the world, Jackson Pollock.

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Perfekte römische Ferien - Wie Sie die perfekte Unterkunft aussuchen

Rom ist eine riesige touristische Metropole, die ihren Besuchern unzähliche Möglichkeiten bietet, wie alle großen Städte aber auch logistische Probleme bereit hält, in bezug auf Entfernung, Verkehr und Fortbewegung. Daher ist es existenziell, eine Unterkunft im richtigen Viertel zu finden, insbesondere wenn Sie die Stadt nur für wenige Tage besuchen.

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Frida Kahlo zum ersten Mal in Rom

Zum ersten Mal widmet Italien der mexikanischen Künstlerin Frida Kahlo eine Ausstellung. Die Quirinale in Rom präsentieren bis zum 31. August 167 Werke, eingeschlossen Gemälde und Zeichnungen, die ihre ganze Karriere als Malerin abdecken, beginnend bei der Beziehung mit den kulturellen und künstlerischen Bewegungen ihrer Zeit.

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Unterkunft in Florenz: Das richtige Viertel

In Florenz hat jedes Viertel seine eigenen festgelegten Charakteristika. Um also die beste Unterkunft zu fnden, muss man alle Möglichkeiten des Viertels in Betracht ziehen.

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Ein Mal im Leben - Florentiner Schätze in der Galeria Palatina

Die aktuelle Ausstellung in der Galeria Palatina im Palazzo Pitti "Einmal im Leben - Schätze aus den Archiven und Bibliotheken von Florenz" widmet sich den Florentiner Bibliotheken und Archiven, die wertvolle Dokumente und Manuskripte verbergen, die auch von großem Interesse für Laien sein können. Die Ausstellung befindet sich im wunderschönen Weißen Raum und zeigt mehr als 130 Beispiele aus verschiedenen Institutionen.

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Rom entdeckt die Antike in einer Ausstellung an der Kurie des Forum Romanum wieder

Bis zum 23. Februar 2014 findet in der Kurie des Forum Romanum eine Ausstellung statt, die sich der Wiederentdeckung der Antike widmet, mit einer Auswahl aus 800 Aquarellen, Zeichnungen und Gemälden der britschen Archäologen und Selfmade Künstlern Edward Dodwell und Simon Pomardi.

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Der Hut, zwischen Kunst und Extravaganz im Palazzo Pitti

Bis zum 18. Mai ist im Museo del Costume im Palazzo Pitti in Florenz eine Ausstellung zu sehen, die sich dem Hut widmet und den Namen "Der Hut zwischen Kunst und Extravaganz" trägt.

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Viele Unterkunftsmöglichkeiten in der Toskana haben begonnen, Methoden anzuwenden, um den Einfluss auf die Umwelt durch ihre Aktivitäten zu minimieren. Werfen wir mal einen näheren Blick darauf...

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Pietro Bellotti - ein weiterer Canaletto ausgestellt in Venedig

Ca 'Rezzonico, Museum und Symbol aus dem 18. Jahrhundert in Venedig ist bis zum 28. April Gastgeber einer Ausstelulung über Pietro Bellotti, Neffe von Canaletto und jüngerer Bruder von Bernardo Bellotti.

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Neapel mit Meerblick

Neapel mit Meerblick

Neapel, Italien

Der Hügel Possilipo ist eine der schönsten und ruhigsten Plätze in der Umgebung von Neapel. Hier ist der ideale Ort, um dem Chaos und Verkehr der hektischen Stadt zu entfliehen, das Meer zu genießen und zu entspannen. Das Angebot ist groß, Hotels, B&Bs und Ferienhäuser inbegriffen.

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Die 5 besten Boutique-Hotels in Rom

Statt großer, manchmal immenser, Luxushotels ziehen wir heute intime und familiäre Unterkünfte vor, ohne dabei jedoch auf Luxus zu verzichten. Stattdessen zählt die Liebe zum Detail und die Einzigartigkeit der Umgebung. Daher fällt die Wahl immer öfters auf Boutique-Hotels.

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Matthias Corvinus, König von Ungarn, und Florenz - Ausstellung im Museum San Marco

Im Jahr der italienischen Kultur in Ungarn, zelebriert Florenz die Beziehung zwischen der beiden Ländern mit einer Ausstellung im Museum San Marco, in deren Mittelpunkt die Figur Matthias Corvinus steht, König von Ungarn zwischen 1459 und 1490.

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Terre di Siena - Herbst des Geschmacks

In den Terre di Siena ist der Herbst definitiv die schönste Saison, vor allem dank der Farben. Gleichermaßen faszinierend sind die Düfte im Herbst, deren Ursprung in den antiken ländlichen Traditionen liegen. Buchen Sie ein Bauernhaus und tauchen Sie ein in die wundervolle Natur.

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Andy Warhol - Ein Stück amerikanischer Geschichte in Pisa

Diesen Herbst widmet Pisa Andy Warhol die Ausstellung "Andy Warhol - Ein Stück amerikanischer Geschichte" im Palazzo Blu. Bis zum 2. Februar werden 150 Werke aus aller Welt, vor allem aus dem Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh und anderen historischen Sammlungen in Europa, ausgestellt.

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Erleben Sie Geschichte in Florenz

Historische Residenzen bieten die Möglichkeit, die florentinische Atmosphäre authentisch zu erleben.

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Eine Ausstellung in den Uffizien feiert den Großprinzen Ferdinando de' Medici

Florenz widmet der außergewöhnlichen Figur von Ferdinando de' Medici eine Ausstellung in den Uffizien, die bis zum 3. November zu sehen ist.

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Ab dem 18. August präsentiert der Dom von Siena seinen außergewöhnlichen Marmorfußboden

Nach dem Erfolg im letzten Jahr bietet der imposante Dom von Siena auch dieses Jahr wieder die Möglichkeit, seinen imposanten Marmorboden zu bewundern - 2 Monate lang vom 18. August bis 27. Oktober.

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Gallery Art Hotel: das Juwel der Hotelgruppe Salvatore Ferragamo

Mitten im Herzen der Renaissance Stadt Florenz, nur ein paar Schritte entfernt von der Ponte Vecchio, befindet sich das Gallery Art Hotel, das innovativste Projekt der Lungarno Hotels, das Hotelmanagement von Salvatore Ferragamo.

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Von Fleur de Lys zum David: bürgerliche Kunst in Florenz in der Galleria dell'Accademia

Bis zum 8. Dezember präsentiert die Galleria dell'Accademia in Florenz die Ausstellung "Von Fleur de Lys zum David. Bürgerliche Kunst in Florenz zwischen Mittelalter und Renaissance", die Kunstwerke zeigt, die das bürgerliche Leben des kommunalen und republikanischen Florenz dokumentiert, vom 13. Jahrhundert bis zur Renaissance.

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Villa San Michele in Fiesole, das schönste Hotel der Welt

Das antike Hotel Villa San Michele in Fiesole, Florenz wurde vor kurzem in Madrid von Conde' Nast Traveler Spain zum besten Hotel der Welt gekürt.

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Dan Browns Inferno in Florenz

Das neue, mit Spannung erwartete Buch von Dan Brown, Inferno, wurde bereits veröffentlicht. Es spielt in Florenz, in den neun Kreisen aus Dantes Inferno.

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Ferien und besondere Veranstaltungen in der Villa Medici: Sich wie ein florentinischer Aristokrat fühlen.

Die Florentiner Familie Medici hat zu ihrer Zeit den Bau von 24 Villen in der Toskana in Auftrag gegeben. La Ferdinanda, in Artimino,ist eine von ihnen: Eine perfekte Kombination aus toskanischem Stil und modernem Komfort.  

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Four Seasons Hotel: Nur das Beste

Das Four Seasons Hotel ist einfach gesagt die beste Unterkunft, die es in Florenz: Wegen seiner beeindruckenden Gärten, antiken Möbeln, eleganten Restaurants und vielem mehr...

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Alle verkleidet für den Venezianischen Karneval

Der Venezianische Karneval ist eines der berühmtesten und beliebtesten Karnevalsfeste sowohl in Italien als auch im Ausland. Jedes Jahr füllen sich die Straßen der faszinierenden Lagunenstadt mit einzigartigen, bunten und detailreichen Masken und ebenso mit Touristen aus aller Welt.

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Das Colosseum celebriert das Ende der Christenverfolgung

Das Colosseum präsentiert vom 11. April bis 15. September die Ausstellung "Constantine 313 A.D.", die das Jubiläum der Mailänder Vereinbarung von 313 n.Chr feiert.

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Luxus und Eleganz im Silbermuseum

Vom 19. März bis 23. Juni präsentiert das Silbermuseum die Ausstellung ”Luxus und Eleganz. Französisches Porzellan am Hof und der Ginori Manufaktur“ und feiert das 40jährige Jubiläum seit der Eröffnung des Porzellanmuseum im Palazzo Pitti.

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Norma und Capriccio in den Uffizien

Die Uffizien präsentieren vom 5. März bis 26. Mai die Ausstellung “Norma und Capriccio. Spanische Künstler im frühen Manierismus“, die den spanischen Künstlern gewidmet ist, die in Italien vor allem in Florenz, Rom und Neapel des 15. Jahrhunderts lebten.

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Unterkunft in Pisa: Nützliche Tipps

Are you planning your stay in the city of the most famous Leaning Tower in the world? Among B&B, hotels, guest houses and apartments Pisa certainly offers spoiled for choice. So, how to navigate between the various proposals? Here there are some practical tips to make you enjoy your holiday and make the most of the time available... Planen Sie einen Aufenthalt in der berühmten Stadt des Schiefen Turms? Mit B&B’s, Hotels, Gasthäusern und Appartements ist Pisa voller Möglichkeiten. Also wie fällt man eine Entscheidung zwischen den zahlreichen Angeboten? Wir bieten einige praktische Tipps, um ihren Urlaub besser zu machen und das Beste aus Ihrer knappen Zeit zu holen…

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Kandinskys Meisterwerke im Palazzo Reale in Mailand

Vom 17. Dezember 2013 bis zum 4. Mai 2014 beherbergt der Palazzo Reale in Mailand eine große monographische Retrospektive von Kandinskys Werken mit mehr als 100 Arbeiten aus der Sammlung im Museum Centre Pompidou in Paris.

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Zimmer mit Aussicht: ein flüchtiger Blick auf E. M. Forsters und James Ivorys Florenz

Villa di Maiano, auf den Hügeln in der Nähe von Florenz, ist ein historisches Juwel, in dem verschiedenste Szenen des Films "Zimmer mit Aussicht" gedreht wurden.

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Das Mythische, das Heilige, das Portrait in der Palatina Gallerie in Florenz

Bis zum 31. August findet im Sala delle Nicchie in der Galeria Palatina die Ausstellung “Das Mythische, das Heilige, das Porträt, Gemälde aus den Archiven der Palatina Gallerie“. Eine Anthologie, die die wichtigsten Kunstwerke beherbt, dank der Familie Medici.

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