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.
Dan Brown's Inferno in Florence
The new, hight expected book by Dan Brown, Inferno, has been already published. It is set in Florence and in the nine circles of Dante's Inferno.
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.
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.
Sacred Splendors. The Treasure of the Chapel of the Relics on display at Palazzo Pitti
From June 10 to November 2 at the Silver Museum in Palazzo Pitti, Florence, you can admire precious religious artefacts from the Chapel of the Relics.