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US Consulate General Florence

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    NEWS

    How to vote from Italy in the US Elections 2020

    The U.S. Consulate General in Florence offers free diplomatic pouch service for completed, sealed ballots.

    ART + CULTURE

    Closer than ever

    Winding up our #Together200 bicentennial year, this month we return to our roots and reflect upon the reason a consulate was established here in 1819: art.   What kept James ...

    NEWS

    Teaming together

    November is a meaningful month for Americans. Every year on the 11th we gather together to thank all those who have served in the Armed Forces for their sacrifices in ...

    NEWS

    Conservation and environmental responsibility

    This month, our #Together200 theme is conservation and environmental responsibility. As guests in Italy, the U.S. Consulate tries to have as small a footprint as possible. We are very proud ...

    NEWS

    Celebrating the 243rd Anniversary of American Independence

    Every July 4, Americans around the globe celebrate in grand style the anniversary of the ratification of the Declaration of Independence. On that date 243 years ago, 56 brave men ...

    COMMUNITY

    Tuscany, the USA and fashion

    If you’ve been following our monthly column, you’ll know by now that the spirit of #Together200 can be found in almost every sector and aspect of daily life. Fashion is ...

    Lifestyle

    Tomorrow’s Leonardos: the United States and Tuscany

    The U.S. Consulate in Florence was established exactly 300 years after the death of Leonardo.

    ART + CULTURE

    Tuscany, the USA, and wine: a special relationship

    You’ll find evidence of the shared history of the United States and Tuscany in every corner of Florence, even in your neighborhood gelato shop. Wine too is a thread that ...

    ART + CULTURE

    Tuscany’s ties to the United States, as told by gelato

    The spirit of #Insieme200 (“#Together200”) is present everywhere in our daily lives, even in the neighborhood gelateria. One of the first known American recipes for a gelato-like dessert was scrawled ...

    ART + CULTURE

    The first U.S. Consul in Florence: Giacomo Ombrosi

    Florence’s first U.S. Consul assumed office in 1823, his name was Giacomo Ombrosi and, curiously, he wasn’t American. Michele Amedei, a scholar and art historian specializing in the link among ...

    ART + CULTURE

    The US Consulate in Florence down the centuries

    This year marks the bicentennial of U.S. diplomatic presence in Florence, making it the second oldest continuous U.S. diplomatic establishment in Italy—after Naples, where we set up shop in 1796. ...

    NEWS

    US Veterans Day in Florence and #Together200 tips

    The latest from the U.S. Consulate General Florence

    NEWS

    #Together200: untold stories of Florence American cemetery

    Posthumous recipient of the Bronze Star and Purple Heart medals

    NEWS

    #Together200: back to school in Florence

    American students' contributions and some reminders

    NEWS

    #Together200: the latest from Florence’s US consulate

    Touching on the past, present and future

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