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JOURNEY INTO THE ITALIAN RENAISSANCE – When you discover that, you are part of a timeless universe

Journey into beauty, from Ferrara to Urbino Ferrara, https://www.ferraraterraeacqua.it/en/discover-the-area/routes-and-tours/cycling-mountain-biking/ferrara.-the-renaissance-city?set_language=en, one of the first Italian cities having opened up to the Renaissance and the creative minds that represented it, she saw the Este family rearrange the inhabited area full of narrow and nauseating alleys, replacing them with new avenues and neighborhoods. By observing the facade of its cathedral of San Giorgio …

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PETRARCHISM AND THE ITALIAN MADRIGAL – Phenomenology of literary communication at the time of Mattio Rampollini

When musical originality is faithful to tradition In their role as guardians, playing a primitive oboe, the municipal minstrels garrisoned the city towers of the fourteenth century and sensed the imminence of danger. In Germany, they were assign a trumpet with which to warn the passage of a ship on the river. They also learned to ring the bells in …

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FROM PLAGUE TO CORONAVIRUS – Journey into the memory of a different death

When epidemics rage in the cities, looking for infectors You have decided what to see, budget and destination, so it is time to build your trip, but add the places you want to see. If you decide to travel to Italy to create a travel itinerary to refer to, consider five places touched by the plague epidemics https://offtheshelf.com/2014/10/7-deadly-plague-books-you-should-read-before-youre-quarantined/. After returning …

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TRAVELLING TO SIENA, WHERE KINDNESS LIVES – Uses, customs and constraints of art, in the city that blesses horses

Five new shades, for your concept of creativity Trip to Tuscany? Chianti area, between villages and abbeys, to devote yourself to good food and good wine. Val d’Orcia, by sinuous hills dotted with cypresses and vineyards. Florence, an open-air museum that houses priceless works. Siena https://www.discovertuscany.com/siena/tourist-info/, a medieval city known worldwide for its historic Palio. The main street for shops …

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PRECIOUS COLLECTIONS WITH A RESEARCH DESIGN – Alessandro Magrino: give emphasis to equilibrium and form

The art objects always recognisable for their refined taste Its success stems from the long tradition of the craft. Fine Italian jewelry made in Florence https://www.visitflorence.com/florence-typical-products/gold-jewelry-florence.html, where you will recall its dazzling displays of the jewelry workshops located on Ponte Vecchio. Into the beautifully lit shop windows, it is impossible to not be struck by works of art created by …

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FLORENCE, AS IN A DREAM –Author’s journey into Florentine creativity

Where breathes taste, humanity and beauty, in the highest degree If you love art, you have to go to Florence https://www.visitflorence.com/tourist-info/. The Uffizi museum or the Accademia Gallery deserve all your attention. Its beauty is not only in museums, but also in the streets, with Ponte Vecchio and Palazzo Pitti. To all this, but letting yourself be accompanied by people who …

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A SMALL LABORATORY, THE BIRTH OF A MYTH – Fratelli Alinari Firenze: a photographic company that still performs nineteenth-century printing techniques

The oldest company in the world operating in the field of photography Thanks to its iconographic heritage, in memory of your visit to Florence, the Fratelli Alinari https://www.alinari.it/it/prodotti offers a wide range of products for sale. We have chosen a 55-euro photographic print, a 20-euro art print and a 20.50-euro book (At the origins of photography / A Tuscan itinerary, …

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SEDUCTION, CHARM AND MYSTERY. THE FLORENTINE ELEGANCE – Roberto Capucci: The trend does not exist; every customer has its own colors

A god of fashion. He created Fashion in Italy Not far from Palazzo Pitti, the Roberto Capucci Museum http://www.moda.san.beniculturali.it/wordpress/?partner=fondazione-roberto-capucci, is into the seventeenth-century Villa Bardini, whose garden embellished with sculptures, it exploits the slope of the hill, with panoramic points on the city of Florence. On four levels, the villa has sixty rooms, covering 3800 square meters. You can enter …

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REVIVING THE SOUNDTRACK TO THE RENAISSANCE – Music in the cultural environment of Florence

Camerata fiorentina and the birth of melodrama You can also get to know it online https://www.ibs.it/cd/compositori/Giulio%20Caccini. Composer and singer, he lived in the Medici court of Florence. Member of the Florentine Camerata, Giulio Caccini collaborated in 1600 to the music that constituted one of the first melodrama models. If you love music and want to learn to play an All …

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AN INFORMAL AND NOT IDEALIZED STYLE – Andrea del Sarto, the painter with no errors

Sophisticated and exciting value of tone-setting For our first purchase, we entered a shop located at 17 in via Aretina. Obviously, in an online store https://www.unique-canvas.com/artprints/artist-sandro-botticelli.html, you can request the painting you prefer. Considered the most famous exponent of the early Florentine Renaissance, he was born in Florence in 1445, right in the same city where the Paolo Tonda Corniceria …

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