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Teatro del Maggio archive inaugurated
Containing a century of Florence’s theatre history
The archive retraces the history of Teatro del Maggio.
A gold florin for Advancing Women Artists
AWA honoured for continued efforts
Florence-based organization Advancing Women Artists has been given a copy of Jane Fortune's Gold Florin,
Sala degli Elementi reopened in Palazzo Vecchio
Restoration made possible by Fondazione Giulio e Giovanna Sacchetti
The Apartments of the Elements was designed upon the request of Cosimo I de’ Medici.
Hair believed to have belonged to Leonardo on display in Vinci
New museums and exhibitions in Leonardo's birthplace
Hair believed to have belonged to Leonardo da Vinci is now on display in the
Botanical Garden at the Boboli now opened
Rebirth for the Renaissance garden
The never-before-opened “secret” camellia garden is also part of the renovation project.
Does the future look dry for Tuscan wines?
How winemakers are contending with climate change
Can we forecast effects or just mitigate appropriately?
Wisteria in bloom at Villa Bardini
Instagram contest and guided visits to the famous pergola
This year’s bloom is also being celebrated through a series of guided visits to
A tribute to Catherine de’ Medici
Exhibition at Palazzo Medici Riccardi dedicated to the French queen
The exhibition is features "The Wedding of Catherine de Medici and Henry, Duke of Orlé
Work at The Florentine: Deputy Editor wanted
Deputy editor wanted
From quality journalism to translations, The Florentine is much more than a magazine. We are
Pratolino Medici park reopens on April 5
A 25-minute drive north of Florence along via Fiorentina
A 25-minute drive due north of Florence along via Fiorentina, the Pratolino Medici park reopens
North facade of Florence Cathedral restored
Pre-strengthening, cleaning, stucco removal and re-stuccoing
Restoration has been completed on a swathe of the north facade of Florence Cathedral and
Leonardo da Vinci and Florence
Exhibition opens at Palazzo Vecchio
The folios are on loan from the Veneranda Biblioteca Ambrosiana in Milan
Neptune Fountain restored
Fashion house Salvatore Ferragamo funds the makeover
Bartolomeo Ammannati’s Fountain of Neptune in Florence’s piazza della Signoria has been restored
Recò Festival in Prato
The only festival in Tuscany dedicated to the circular economy
Recò aims to address best practices in the field of sustainability and renewal.