2017 Publisher’s Tour: Florence and Rome (Part 6 of 6) The Wonders of Florence and Rome If anyone contemplates a..
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Ten of Italy’s Loveliest Piazzas There is perhaps no better way to enjoy Italy than to spend an evening with..
This week the Publisher’s Tour visits the lovely, historic Island of Malta. Lying 70 miles to the south of Sicily,..
The History of the Italian Automobile – Part 47 By David Cavaliere Just the other day, my son Andrew (who..
A study by two Italian economists has shown that despite huge political and social changes in Florence over the past..
Niccolò di Bernardo dei Machiavelli was born in Florence on May 3, 1469. During the Italian Renaissance, he was a..
An art historian announced that he has discovered the living descendants of Leonardo da Vinci. Alessandro Vezzosi, who directs the..
“The Art of the Guggenheim Collections,” the exhibition being shown in Florence’s Palazzo Strozzi, has now opened and will run until..
The general public may soon be able to gaze at the paintings lining the mysterious Vasari Corridor, which connects Florence’s..
Workers have begun dismantling scaffolding around the Florence baptistery after a two million euro restoration lasting 18 months. Work is..