Guida per Firenze, Florence

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  • visit the galleria dell accademia, was one of the excursions that are always essential, it is done in a queue for entry since the number of people was large, but just see the David essential justifies it...
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  • It will be one of the most beautiful cities in the world, but the Florentines with their rudeness and arrogance for any make it a hostile city. Public transportation is disorganised without useful maps to understand routes, woe to demand explanations to employees. In piazza San Marco in a cage there must have been at least 8 people chattered to each other and none at all, on request, answered my questions. In restaurants, forget it. You perceive as for Florentines tourists are only of chickens by plucking and teasing. Typical Tuscan hospitality. Never again.
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  • If tourists want to learn interesting facts about Florence, the invitation to go to Piazza della Santissima Annunziata where the porch of innocents embellished by filippo Brunelleschi and Andrea della Robbia in the header to the left you can see a window today railing on stairs. Within the same was placed a wooden rotating drum and alongside a Bell with a rope. Mothers who couldn't or didn't want to bring up their infants laid the little fellow in the wheel and ringing the Bell departed. The communicated with the Interior of the hospital and to the call of the Bell a nun flocked to welcome the waif. Often mothers bound the necks of children various trinkets or sacred images. These signs of recognition were catalogued and preserved. These objects would allow identification at a later time if the mother had introduced her to resume their creature. Even today these objects you can examine not without some excitement in the Museum of the hospital. A more humane way and different from how they behave today mothers who abandon their babies without care and without affection.
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