Bagno a Ripoli is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Florence in the Italian region Tuscany, located about 7 kilometres (4 mi) southeast of Florence.
Latitude: 43° 45' 4.14" N
Longitude: 11° 19' 21.07" E
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The Roman Amphitheatre of Florence was an ancient Roman structure in Florence, central Italy.
The Ponte alla Carraia is a five-arched bridge spanning the River Arno and linking the district of Oltrarno to the rest of the city of Florence, Italy. To the west is a weir, the Pescaia di Santa Rosa, and the Ponte Amerigo Vespucci, and to the east…
Ponte Amerigo Vespucci is a bridge over the Arno River in Florence, Italy and named after Florence-born explorer Amerigo Vespucci. It joins the Lungarno Amerigo Vespucci to the Lungarno Soderini.
Palazzo Fenzi is a palace in Florence, Italy.
The Oratorio dei Vanchetoni or Oratory of the Vanchetoni is a prayer hall for the Arch-confraternity of San Francesco, in Florence, Tuscany, Italy.
Montefioralle is a village in Tuscany, a frazione of the comune of Greve in Chianti.
The Meyer Children Hospital (Italian: Ospedale Pediatrico Meyer) is a pediatric hospital located in Florence, Italy.
The railway station of Figline Valdarno serves the Tuscan town of Figline Valdarno. The station situated on the Florence–Rome railway line, 40 km from Florence, on the stretch between Florence and Arezzo.
The Belmond Villa San Michele is a hotel situated on the hill of Fiesole overlooking Florence, Italy. It is named after the church of St Michael the Archangel. Today it is owned by Belmond Ltd.
The Villa Romana Prize, which has been awarded since 1905, is the oldest German art prize.
Santa Cristina is a church in Pisa, Tuscany, Italy.
The Chiesa di San Leonardo in Arcetri is a church in Florence, Italy.
Gran Caffé Doney or Doney's was a cafeteria in Florence established at the end of the 19th century. It was originally located in the Palazzina Reale in the Cascine Park (19th century), then moved on Via Tornabuoni, near the British Consulate.
The Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri (otherwise known as the Arcetri Observatory, Florence) is an astronomical observatory located in Arcetri in the outskirts of Florence, Italy. Observatory staff carry out theoretical and observational astronomy…
The Villa di Quarto is a villa on via di Quarto in Florence, in the hilly zone at the foot of the Monte Morello.
Villa Schifanoia is a villa and gardens in Fiesole, Tuscany, central Italy.
San Remigio di Firenze is a church in Florence, Italy.