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Wednesday 19 June at 7.00 pm by Cooperativa Archeologia
Florence seen from the Arno with the Renaioli
in the company of Enjoy Firenze®
A suggestive route on board the original Renaioli boats from Ponte alle Grazie to Ponte S. Trinita, to discover Florence from another point of view
A suggestive route, on the original Renaioli boats, in the monumental stretch of the Arno, from Ponte alle Grazie to Ponte S. Trinita, to discover Florence from another point of view : this will be the appointment scheduled for Wednesday 19 June at 19.00 signed "Enjoy Firenze ® ", the program of guided tours to discover the artistic and architectural treasures of Florence and Tuscany in the company of experts and archaeologists curated by Cooperativa Archeologia (complete program on www.enjoyfirenze.it , admission fee for visits, reservation required at 055-5520407 and at firstname.lastname@example.org) .
Seeing the monumental city and its ancient buildings from the river, told by the archaeologist on board, will be an opportunity to get to know the city from a completely new perspective, from another point of view and on some occasions to discover incredible places, visible only from water, and unexpected stories related to the river.
The next appointment with Enjoy Firenze ® will be Sunday 23 June with the rediscovery of a great classic: the Palatine Gallery and the Treasure of the Grand Dukes at Palazzo Pitti. A special visit itinerary that will include the Palatine Gallery, to discover the "picture gallery " of the Grand Dukes, an extraordinary collection of works that still retains a setting that respects the taste of past eras. The paintings, by Raphael, Titian, Rosso Fiorentino, Frà Bartolomeo, Caravaggio, Rubens, with their rich frames cover all the walls of the rooms, according to the tradition of the seventeenth-century art galleries. The visit will also include the Treasure of the Grand Dukes (formerly known as the "Museo degli Argenti"), located in the rooms of what was once the magnificent summer apartment of the Medici family, whose walls frescoed on the occasion of the marriage between Ferdinando II de 'Medici and Vittoria della Rovere in 1637 are among the first examples of quadraturismo and the "smashed" in Florence. Here the precious 'Treasure of the Medici' is preserved: vases in hard stones, rock crystals, amber and ivory. The silver comes from the so-called "Salzburg Treasure", that is from the collections of the Salzburg bishops brought to Florence by Ferdinand III of Lorraine.
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