B&B Residenza Cantagalli

Address: Via Cantagalli 4/G, Florence, Tuscany, 50125 , Italy | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the South Florence area of Florence, is near Pitti Palace (Palazzo Pitti), Porta Romana, Via Faenza, and Giardino Torrigiani.
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    Siena

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    ... examples of a European hospital. Believed to have been originated in 898, it was structured to care for pilgrims, assist the poor and provide for abandoned children. Countless frescos line the walls. The huge complex also houses a large chapel, relics and an archaeological museum. By dusk we were back on the train to Florence. After aquick bite to eat we packed ourselves into bed. ...

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