The Little Fisherman

(a bronze photography)
(Yesterday I was finishing this post when our first prime minister Giuseppe Conte told Italy that it became an orange or “protected area”…I have dcided not to change the post reflecting the moods of that moment…) The things that you can do in a moment where we have to stay at home as precautions is […]

bags full of books!

(travelling, no matter how, is always a good idea)
Bags full of books?#florence #firenze #toscana #tuscany #italy #italia #whatitalyis #books #libri #palazzostrozzi #streetbookstore #details #dettaglio #dailylife #vitaquotidiana #igersitalia #igersfirenze #igerstoscana #tourguide #guidaturistica #bags #valigia #reading #lettura #bookporn Un post condiviso da The Tuscan Sunflower (@the_tuscan_sunflower) in data: Mar 21, 2018 at 11:41 PDT Books are always a good way of travelling, knowing, discovering new […]

The cinquecento in Florence. From Michelangelo and Pontormo to Giambologna

(on michelangelo's footsteps)
Florence is the cradle city of Reneissance, Rinascimento in Italian, a word that has a wishful meaning: rebith, flowering. Many of the tourists I have been walking around with in the city, tell me “I can’t imagine I am walking on Michelangelo’s footsteps”. Yes sometimes I do have the same sensation, just looking around the […]