Love in Firenze!
During Fall 2019, students in Elon University’s Integrative Core Capstone have had the opportunity to study the topic of Love through the art in the Uffizi Gallery, the writings of Dante and Petrarch, a performance of La Traviata, and field observations throughout the city.
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A fantastic summer! Impressions from the AEF 2019 Summer Program
July has come and gone and it’s time to take stock of our 2019 Summer Program: four weeks of culture, music, dance, design and many unforgettable experiences for the students from Elon University, Washington University in Saint Louis, BUAP (Benemerita Universidad Autonoma de Puebla), UDLAP (Universidad de las Americas Puebla) and Anahuac.
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Florence has been a creative epicenter for centuries and immersing oneself in its beauty has always been a great source of inspiration for artists, writers, painters and stylists of all kinds. Among the Florentine women who accredited inspiration and genius to the city, Lietta Cavalli, undoubtedly stands out.Add a comment
Florence Living: Summer events
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Florence is pure poetry 365 days a year, but during the summer, music, dance, opera and theater invade squares, terraces and riversides, making it vibrate to the rhythm of art. From the most beautiful cinema in the world to the breathtaking views, from the Calcio Storico to the sold-out concerts, our city prepares to welcome the many shows and exhibitions for the Florentine Summer and more. Here, we point out some of the countless unmissable events that will invade the Tuscan capital between June and September, from traditional to contemporary.Add a comment
Anniversary of the Republic
Spending the summer in Florence means experiencing the beautiful season immersed in poetry, between scenic terraces overlooking the city and enchanted gardens a stone's throw from the historic center, perhaps cooling off with a good ice cream. June begins with the celebration of one of the most important holidays not only for Florentines, but for the entire peninsula: the Anniversary of the Republic.Add a comment