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Themed visits in the museum of Palazzo Vecchio allow you to celebrate the women of the best-known family in Florence, the Medici. From Margherita of Austria and Eleonora of Toledo to Caterina de' Medici and Bianca Cappello, the guided tours feature a musical interlude that revives the mid-16th century. The tours take place at 10am and 11.30am and are curated by Roberta Castelli, cultural mediator at MUS.E. Free admission, reservation required. T: 055-2768224, [email protected]
Palazzo Vecchio, Florence
Ten times NY Times best-selling author David Bach speaks at the Women's International Network of Florence upcoming event. Author of Smart Women Finish Rich! and The Latte Factor, come to learn about why you don't have to be rich to live rich. Topics covered include how to gain control over your finances and create financial freedom as well as the tricks to building the life of your dreams. The first event in their new location of Palazzo San Niccolò, the talk will be preceded by a tasty aperitivo catered by Melaleuca. RSVP via the Women's International Network of Florence FB Page. Cost is 10 euro for members and first-time guests, 20 euro for returning non-members.
Palazzo San Niccolò
Via di S. Niccolò, 79, Florence
Relive your grunge days (or discover them for the first time) through 80 photographs by Charles Peterson and Michael Lavine, famed photographers who followed the legendary Nirvana founder-frontman through to his final days. The undisputed hero of the Grunge era continues to have a communicative effect, even 26 years after his death. The photographs at Palazzo Medici Riccardi also document American counterculture of the '90s, the time following the Cold War and preceding the New Economy. Other players on the Grunge scene also feature with Pearl Jam, Soundgarden and Mudhoney alongside Cobain and his wife Courtney Love, symbols of an era.
Palazzo Medici Riccardi, via Cavour, 1
March 6-8, Florence Civic Museums open and free the city’s civic museums will grant free admission to everyone from March 6 – 8 as part of the municipality’s campaign cultura contra paura.