Saturday 16 december at 10am – Inside Palazzo Medici, Michelozzo’s elegant architectural creation, there is a space filled with sapiential references
Satuday 9 december at 9:30am – From the earliest antiquity, stone was considered the “dwelling place” of divinity
In the Florentine Oltrarno, there is a garden brought to life by statues and flowers, which clings to the Montecuccoli hill
The Church of Orsanmichele clearly stands out for its uniqueness
On Monte Acuto, not far from Florence, in a gentle landscape between cypresses and olive trees, stands the Certosa, the silent keeper of ancient symbolisms.
In the Florence of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, the Catari or “Buonomini”, as they called themselves, represented an important part of the city