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Uffizi now has more places to sit
70 new benches installed in the gallery
Final outing of the Baptistery’s oldest doors
Andrea Pisano’s masterpiece will be on display again from December 9
At 1am last night the Florence Baptistery’s monumental south doors were successfully transported from
Leading Minds 2019 conference in Florence by UNICEF and the WHO
Nelli’s Last Supper restored
Florence welcomes newly rescued masterwork by city’s first female artist
After four years in the conservation studio, the Last Supper by Suor Plautilla Nelli returns
New artisan training hub in Florence
Enrolment now open for 2020 courses
Two important players on the Florentine artisan scene are joining forces to become a world-wide
San Marco altarpiece returns to museum
The celebrated Fra Angelico painting was recently restored
The painting was restored as part of the commemorations surrounding the museum’s 150th anniversary
Pinktober in Florence
Initiatives for breast cancer prevention take place throughout the month of October
Initiatives for breast cancer prevention take place throughout the month of October.
Citizenship, residency and tax liability
Is it true that if I become Italian I have to pay taxes in Italy?
Last Judgement returns to San Marco
Fra Angelico’s renowned painting recently restored
The unique painting is one of the early Renaissance master’s most enigmatic.
Cosimo and Caterina
500th anniversaries of the birth of Cosimo I and Caterina De’ Medici
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Remembering Mary Beckinsale
Former president and matriarch of SACI
Studio Arts College International (SACI) mourn the loss of Mary Beckinsale, former president and matriarch
Internet Festival returns to Pisa
Ninth edition features Italian street artist NO CURVES
International speakers, interactive exhibitions and a jam-packed schedule of events.
Medici bronze sculpture at Palazzo Pitti
Over 170 artworks on display for the first time
The exhibition features the Giambologna's rarely exhibited "Bathing Venus".