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Tiberio Timperi: the Oltrarno like in a movie.

  • 9 July 2018

  Like in the plot of a movie, the itinerary designed by Tiberio Timperi’s represents, besides an actual physical itinerary, a life journey. A journey that started many years ago, back in 1987, when the well-known TV anchor started to work at “Punto Radio” in the Borgo Stella (a very short, little street in the Oltrarno.) Since then, the years …

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The Master Artisans in the heart of Florence

  • 6 April 2017

    The first itinerary of the European Artistic Crafts Days, the event organized around Europe and celebrating the Artistic and Artisanal Crafts on March 31, April 1 and 2, is devoted to the Master Artisans who operate in the heart of Florence. We start in the Oltrarno, the historic neighborhood, full of artisan’s bottegas and follow the streets of …

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Lorenzo Baglioni – Made in Chianti

  • 6 February 2017

Act 1: from Greve to Florence The itinerary proposed by Lorenzo Baglioni is an itinerary of the heart winding through physical spaces, but also and perhaps mainly, through time: a path studded with small gems, more or less known, each representing a landmark in the history of this multi-faceted personality. Starting point: Greve in Chianti, his childhood home and the …

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Lorenzo Baglioni – La mi’ Firenze

Act 2: the artist and his city The second Lorenzo Baglioni’s itinerary reflects his relationship with the city of Florence, and follows his regular spots, his chosen favorites, both the professional and the personal ones. An itinerary that is, to use his words, marked also by their laziness and routine aspects. But not only: it is also a fusion of …

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Montelupo – The roads of ceramics

  • 4 October 2016

A tour of the ceramics tradition Located right outside Florence, on the River Arno, the town of Montelupo Fiorentino has a history strictly connected with the ceramic manufacturing. This started to become prominent between the 1400 and 1530 when Montelupo became the highest expression of the “Fabbrica di Firenze,” thanks to prestigious commissions that marked the development of the local …

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Colle Val d’Elsa

At the table with the handcrafted furniture Colle Val d’Elsa is known to be the “mother” of two art treasures: the crystal and Arnolfo di Cambio.

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La Val d’Orcia

Craft and Tuscany landscape a UNESCO heritage Originally there was the sea. The Val d’Orcia was so born: from the waters of 5 million years ago.

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