Florence, the capital of Tuscany, hosts many masterpieces of Renaissance art and architecture.
The Certosa of Florence is a monastery, formerly of the Carthusian Order, which stands on Mount Acuto, at the confluence of Ema with Greve in Galluzzo zone, surrounded by a high circle of walls ... Wikipedia
The Medici villas are rural architectural complexes that have come in various ways to the Medici family between the fifteenth and seventeenth centuries around Florence and Tuscany ... Wikipedia
The abbey of San Michele Arcangelo a Passignano is a monastery of the Vallombrosian Congregation located in the territory of the Chianti hills, in the locality of Passignano, in the municipality of Tavarnelle Val di Pesa, in the province of Florence ... Wikipedia
Impruneta is an Italian municipality of 14 603 inhabitants of the metropolitan city of Florence, in Tuscany, famous especially for the terracotta industry, for the traditional Fair of S ... Wikipedia
Fiesole is an Italian municipality of 14 088 inhabitants of the metropolitan city of Florence in Tuscany. From the 14th century onwards, the city has always been considered as one of the most exclusive suburbs of all ... Wikipedia
Bagno a Ripoli is an Italian town of 25 481 inhabitants of the metropolitan city of Florence in Tuscany... Wikipedia
Settignano is a fraction of the Municipality of Florence to the north-east of the city. It belongs administratively to the District 2 Campo di Marte ... Wikipedia
Vinci is an Italian municipality of 14 579 inhabitants of the metropolitan city of Florence, in Tuscany ... Wikipedia
San Gimignano is a hill town in Tuscany located south-west of Florence. Surrounded by 13th century walls ... Wikipedia
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