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The legend of the shutter always open.

In one of Florences most beautiful piazzas, Santissima Annunziata, Palazzo Budini Gattai can be found facing the Santissima Annunziata church. The palace was formerly called Palazzo Grifoni and was built in 1549 by  Ugolino di Jacopo Grifoni. Looking up at…

Uffizi’s Flag Wavers

Uffizi’s Flag Wavers

Our group has a precise analytical reference of the history of the city as it represents the main Magistracy and the Offices existing in the Florentine Republic of XVI century. At present it takes part in the Florentine Historical Football;…

Why the Black Rooster?

Why the Black Rooster?

The black rooster is the symbol of Chianti and it represents Chianti Classico wine. Wine lovers might have noticed that there’s a little black rooster on top of every bottle of Chianti Classico. The following questions come to mind: why a black…

Who is “La Berta” ?

Who is “La Berta” ?

The bust of “La Berta” in the facade of the Church of Santa Maria Maggiore In the heart of Florence, close to the Duomo, the church Santa Maria Maggiore can be found. On one of the facades a white bust…

Why is it called Pizza Margherita?

Why is it called Pizza Margherita?

If anybody mentions “pizza” to you, you would automatically think about Pizza Margherita! This variant, the most famous in the world, made with the basic ingredients of tomato, mozzarella and basil was created in Naples in 1889 by Pizza Chef…

Il Lampredotto e la sua storia.

Il Lampredotto e la sua storia.

LAMPREDOTTO Il lampredotto è la merenda del fiorentino DOC. Il lampredotto è un cibo di strada che nasce tra le pietre squadrate e lucide nel cuore della città. Gli ultimi baluardi di questo alimento povero e popolare sono i “banchini…

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