July 6, 2015

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Andrea Bocelli tickets, Teatro del Silenzio 2015

The annual Andrea Bocelli 'Teatro del Silenzio'concert has become an absolute must-see feature of the Tuscan summertime and in this, its tenth year, there's a very special anniversary edition. On the 2nd of August 2015 Andrea will be joined by the … [Read More]

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Florence – late night Saturdays, 2015

As in past years, three of Florence's top attractions will be open late into the night on Saturdays until pretty much the end of the year: Uffizi Until the 19th of December the Uffizi Gallery is part of the 'Saturday Night at the Museum' … [Read More]

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Palatine Gallery Exhibition – Carlo Dolci, Firenze 1616 – 1687

'Carlo Dolci, Firenze 1616 - 1687' Palatine Gallery, Pitti Palace, Florence 30th June - 15th November An exhibition dedicated to the genius of Carlo Dolci, the most important Florentine painter of the 17th Century. The exhibition brings together … [Read More]

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Palazzo Pitti – Silver Museum – Lapis Lazzuli Exhibition

'Lapis Lazzuli - Magia del Blu' Museo degli Argenti, Palazzo Pitti, Florence 9th June - 11th October 2015 The first ever exhibition dedicated to this rare blue stone, it is unusual also in that the suggestion for the exhibition came from the … [Read More]

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Galleria dell’Accademia exhibition – ‘L’Arte di Francesco’

'L'Arte di Francesco' - Masterpieces of Italian art and Asian lands from the 13th to the 15th centuries' Galleria dell'Accademia, Florence 31st March - 11th October 2015 This ambitious and wide-ranging exhibition runs until mid October 2015 and … [Read More]

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Uffizi Gallery Exhibition – Piero di Cosimo Retrospective

"Piero di Cosimo (1462-1522) – Pittore “fiorentino” eccentrico fra Rinascimento e Maniera Uffizi Gallery, Florence 23rd June - 27th September 2015" Piero di Cosimo is not a well known artist - this exhibition has it that he absolutely should be, … [Read More]

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Milan – Leonardo’s Vineyard – La Vigna di Leonardo

Leonardo da Vinci, Tuscan by birth, was a man who knew and liked his wine - his family were in the business. As part of his payment for the Last Supper tableau in Milan, he was given a vineyard by the then Duke of Milan. This vineyard meant a great … [Read More]

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