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The Medici Dynasty Show

A bridge between the past, present and future with a theater museum piece that blends music, modern technology, humor and great performances to honor the legacy of the Medici Dynasty and their impact on Florence and our society. Highly recommended you add this show, in the extraordinary Baroque church of the Sant'Onofrio convent to your itinerary to complement your visit to Florence!

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Interview with il Vallero from Bianchi - Calcio Storico

An exclusive interview with one of the top ball "carriers" for the Bianchi team of the Calcio Storico Fiorentino reveals an inside look into what it means to be a "calciante", what Calcio Storico Fiorentino means for him and why it is considered so violent.

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A Brief History of Florence

A brief overview of Florence's history, presented as a timeline of the major events which have shaped the course of the city's history and its present.

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The Chapel of the Magi by Benozzo Gozzoli

The Chapel of the Magi by Benozzo Gozzoli is why you should visit the majestic Palazzo Medici Riccardi on Via Cavour. It is a small, yet precious jewel that takes visitors back in time to the era of Florence's Rennaissance.

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Following Michelangelo's Footsteps

Curious to know more about the man who was almost entirely responsible for changing the world's idea of beauty?  Then follow this exciting itinerary between the museums and churches of Florence where you can find Michelangelo and some of his most famous pieces of artwork.

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Explore 15th century wooden sculpture in Florence

Follow our itinerary to discover Florence through a unique itinerary: search for and admire the wooden sculpture from 15th century Florence created by great artists such as Donatello, Michelangelo and Brunelleschi.

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