Villa Schifanoia is a villa and gardens in Fiesole, Tuscany, central Italy.
Scandicci (Italian pronunciation: [skanˈdittʃi]) is a comune (municipality) of c.
Latitude: 43° 45' 15.23" N
Longitude: 11° 11' 16.58" E
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San Remigio di Firenze is a church in Florence, Italy.
Prato Centrale railway station (Italian: Stazione di Prato Centrale) is the main station serving the city and comune of Prato, in the region of Tuscany, central Italy. Opened in 1862, it forms part of both the Bologna–Florence railway and the Viareg…
Palazzo Mozzi or Palazzo de' Mozzi is an early Renaissance palace in Florence, Italy.
The Museo e Centro di Documentazione della Deportazione e Resistenza ("Museum and Centre of Documentation of Deportation and Italian Resistance") is a museum in Prato, central Italy, dedicated to the history of Fascism’s occurrence and rise to power…
Montefiascone Cathedral or the Basilica of Santa Margherita (Italian: Cattedrale di Santa Margherita) is a former Roman Catholic cathedral in Montefiascone in the province of Viterbo, Italy, dedicated to Saint Margaret of Antioch, the patron saint o…
Indiano Bridge (Ponte all'Indiano in Italian) is the first earth-anchored cable-stayed bridge in the world.
The Florence Marathon (Italian: Maratona di Firenze) is an annual full-length marathon race which takes place in late November in Florence, Italy.
Fiesole Cathedral (Italian: Cattedrale di San Romolo, Duomo di Fiesole) is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Fiesole, Tuscany, central Italy.
Centro per l'arte contemporanea Luigi Pecci (Centre for Contemporary Art Luigi Pecci) is sited at 277 Via della Repubblica, Prato near Florence, Italy. The centre is devoted to the contemporary arts of the last three decades. The complex composes th…
Semifonte was a fortified city in Tuscany, Italy, built during the late 12th century and destroyed after a siege by Florence in 1202. Its remains are within the modern comune of Barberino Val d'Elsa.
The Chiesa del Sacro Cuore (Church of the Sacred Heart) is located in Via Capo di Mondo in Florence.
The Roman Theatre of Florence was a Roman theatre dated to the 1st century in Florence, Italy.
Palazzo dei Cartelloni, also known as Palazzo Viviani, is a Baroque-style palace in Florence, region of Tuscany, Italy.
Palazzo Datini is a building in Prato, Tuscany central Italy. Begun in 1383 as the residence of merchant Francesco Datini, it was subsequently decorated by some of the most notable artists of that age, such as Agnolo Gaddi and Niccolò di Pietro Geri…
Monte Morello is the highest mountain (3065 ft.) in the Florentine valley, Italy.
The Badia Fiesolana is an old monastery located in the town of Fiesole (in the quarter of San Domenico), northeast of Florence, Italy.
Villa Feri is a villa in Florence, central Italy. It is known as "gentleman's villa" (villa da seniore) already in the 15th century.