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Cooperation continues between Friends of Florence, the University for Foreigners of Siena and local authorities
Council encourages return of residents to the city centre
Cheer on "la Viola" on big screens set up around the city.
Two artworks brought back to life at the Accademia di Belle Arti.
LdM's biggest art event, Art in the Square, returned this May.
Here's our round up of LGBT+ events and organizations around Florence.
To mark the 50th anniversary of the Kent State University Florence program, KSU-Florence is hosting a special speaker series with Don Reo.
Meet six artists who care about sharing their craft with others.
Ways in which to support the people of Emilia-Romagna after severe flooding
The sustainability campaign aims to give back to Florence.
Autolinee Toscane displays photography, illustrations, poetry and prose.
Friends of Florence funds work on the apse, rood screen, pulpit, crucifixion and reliquary bust of San Miniato.
Former interns and editors at The Florentine reminisce about their time at the magazine.
Embrace art, history, literature and music at New York University Florence this spring and summer.
An impressive dinner and entertainment will raise funds for Tuscan charities.
Nine charities receive financial assistance from the American International League of Florence.
Monégasque celebrities gather at the Palazzo Vecchio for an evening of glitz and glamour.
Expect exhibitions, festivals and vintage markets this spring and summer.
Still life, portrait and human figure works will be on display, as well as drawings and paintings of cast models.
The novelist of ‘Tenderness’ discusses her life and times as a writer and teacher.
Experience the iris garden and five-star amenities by the Arno river.
The Amici del Pronto Soccorso charity provides help to emergency rooms in Florence and Tuscany.
Where to eat and how to celebrate the spring holiday in Florence.
Palazzo Medici Riccardi opens an exhibition dedicated to the works of baroque painter Luca Giordano.