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"Companion Guide to Florence".
'This is a book to read before you go, to carry with you and to re-read on your return.' SPECTATOR 'A sure and illuminating guide.' SUNDAY TIMES The city state of Florence led the rest of the western world in art, science and political idealism in the middle ages. This early richness, the importance of the achievements of its famous sons, including Dante, Giotto, Leonardo and Michelangelo, the great quantity of visible remains, make Florence as a city to visit both alluring and challenging. In true 'Companion Guide' manner, this book describes, with the knowledge and insight distilled from long residence in Florence, and with an art historian's eye, what is to be seen and its place in history. In discussing the Florentine monuments and their origins in the city's life, EVE BORSOOK presents a study of the ideas, events and personalities of Florence yesterday and today; she communicates to the visitor her delight in her chosen city, including those districts usually neglected by the tourist but particularly rich in Florentine life. EVE BORSOOK is a research associate at Harvard's Center for Italian Renaissance Studies at Villa I Tatti in Florence.
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Author Eve Borsook
Availability IP
Department Italy
Edition 6th Revised ed
Format Paperback
ISBN 9781900639194
Pages 422
Published 05/04/1997
Publisher Companion Guides
Section Italian Travel Guides
Series Companion Guides
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