Villa Rignana

Address: Via di Rignana 7, Florence, Tuscany, 50022, Italy | Villa
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This villa, located on Via di Rignana 7, Florence, is near Castello di Verrazzano, Piazza Matteotti, Chianti Road, and Fontodi Winery.
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    A story of two big climbs & a man with big hands..

    A travel blog entry by emfletche on Jun 13, 2015

    5 photos

    ... a repeat viewing. We wave goodbye, and make our way back to the hotel to change out of our gallery-going gear and into our “evening in Florence” gear. This is basically the same as our “daytime in Florence” gear, but with different shoes and a change of plasters. And I’ll need those tonight…

    My pre-trip research has suggested that the best place to get those postcard views of Florence in its ...

    Nothing is true, everything is permitted.

    A travel blog entry by nbjorklund on May 13, 2015

    1 comment

    ... to prevent historical inaccuracies. Famous figures included in the Assassin’s Creed games are not just names, they play huge roles in the storyline that are historically plausible.

    Ezio’s best friend, ally and confidant in the games is Leonardo Davinci. Ezio constantly goes to him to decipher coded messages, fix complicated assassin contraptions and in return Leonardo has Ezio try out his inventions. Niccolo Machiavelli ...

    A little Art and History

    A travel blog entry by jordanhunter on Feb 12, 2015

    6 comments, 8 photos

    ... it hard to believe that these sculptures were once just a square slab of marble.
    The next two pictures you see are unfinished sculptures by Michelangelo. They are housed inside Florence's famous Accademia museum, which Amy and I paid a visit to on Wednesday. The story behind these is that the state stopped paying Michelangelo for his work so he stopped working. Although it is disappointing that these were never finished, it is cool to ...

    Florence - (fondly remembered as little India...)

    A travel blog entry by dani.searle1 on Oct 25, 2014

    22 photos

    ... the world in its time, was no easy architectural feat. At the base of the dome, just above the drum, Baccio d'Agnolobegan adding a balcony in 1507. One of the eight sides was finished by 1515, when someone asked Michelangelo - whose artistic opinion was by this time taken as cardinal law - what he thought of it. The master reportedly scoffed, "It looks like a cricket cage." Work was immediately halted, and to this day the other seven sides remain rough brick! ...

    Goodbye Florence

    A travel blog entry by brooklyn85 on May 16, 2014

    3 photos

    I can't believe tomorrow I am leaving.. and won't be walking the streets of Italia next week. I have come to know this city as another home. Friends that have been made here are going to be deeply missed. Over these last 5 and a half months I have had moments of laughing so hard my cheeks hurt; I have shared moments of fear, hurt, frustration as well as peace, love, and joy. ...