Florentine Women


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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.

caterina de medici

From site "firenzetoday"

Caterina de 'Medici was born in Florence on April 13, 1519, daughter of Lorenzo de' Medici Duke of Urbino and Caterina Maria Romula de 'Medici, and future queen of France. In her honor, the city is literally invaded by events, exhibitions, installations and performances not to be missed!

Florentine women: Simonetta Cattaneo Vespucci

Florence is one of the world capitals of art, a majestic open-air museum, immersed in beauty. Speaking of beauty, it comes natural to think of the extraordinary Venus of Botticelli, originally painted for the Medici Villa of Castello, and currently kept in the Uffizi Galleries.

Florentine women: Margherita HackFlorence is one of the cities of art par excellence. Immersed in the heart of Tuscany, in the center of Italy, it is a true epicenter of culture and beauty. It is precisely from beauty that the great art personalities, who were born or who lived here, have been inspired. Yet, even scientists are not immune to the magnetic charm of Florence! A woman, above all, has shone for talent and critical spirit: Margherita Hack.

Catherine de Medici Florence ItalyFalling in love with Florence is easy: all it takes is a walk along the riverbanks, getting lost in the streets of the city center and being inspired by the extraordinary works of art that populate every corner of the city. This centuries-old beauty has inspired brilliant minds and refined artists, but few tell the stories of the women who have made it into the city of incredible majesty that we all love.