Discovering Florence: PITTI PALACE and BOBOLI’S GARDEN!

We decided to visit the Pitti Palace in Florence, with its wonderful Gardens of Boboli. I don’t know about you, but we are big fans of the majestic and mighty buildings, signs of glorious times, long gone. Anyway, we’ll take you with us to the wonderful palace and its beautiful gardens. And in addition, we leave you some curiosities about these! We’re sure you don’t know all of them! Ready?

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7 Italian WEIRD and FUNNY habits that You’d Only Find in Italy!

Like all peoples, we Italians have many habits and traditions that may seem absurd and bizarre in the eyes of foreigners, but for us they are absolutely normal! In this article, we will see the most interesting and fun ones! In the comments, then, you have to let me know if you have any Italian relatives or friends to whom you have seen doing these things!

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Challenge between WORKS OF ART: David by MICHELANGELO vs David by DONATELLO

Get yourself a coffee and make yourself comfortable because reading this article you will witness one of the most heated and fierce challenges in history! I’m talking about the challenge between two works of art, two sculptures that are certainly among the most famous in Italy… and in the world! DAVID versus… DAVID. No mistakes! I am referring to Michelangelo’s David and Donatello’s David, both of which are in Florence. Reading this article you will learn the origin of the statues, what they have in common and their differences.

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SAN GIMIGNANO: the City with 13 Towers and the Ice Cream World Champion!

Pack your suitcase: we’ll take you on a trip with us! We decided to explore San Gimignano in Tuscany, the city famous for its towers, but not only that! In fact, in San Gimignano there is also the Gelateria Dondoli, whose ice cream has received several awards including that of World Champion!

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PRIMA vs DOPO in Italian: Grammar Rules to use them correctly!

In this article we will discuss a very important grammatical topic for anyone learning Italian. Apparently it seems a fairly simple thing, but, in reality, it is not at all! We will, in fact, deal with the adverbs “prima” and “dopo”, much used both in Italian colloquial, the everyday one, both in contexts decidedly more formal, that’s why it is really important to be able to use them in the most correct way.

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