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The popular TV series Medici: Masters of Florence, now showing on Netflix tells the story of the rise to power of the wealthy de’ Medici family in Florence. But to what extent is the story based on the truth? Was Giovanni really murdered? Did Lorenzo never marry and did Cosimo father an illegitimate child with a slave? intoFlorence has all the answers.
From the Lungarni, the streets that run along the Arno, you have stunning views over the palazzi along the river and the bridges of Florence.
The Dutch photo artist Robbert Frank Hagens made unique panoramic photographs of Florence from a helicopter using an old camera with slide film.
Visit the places of Inferno by Dan Brown
Photos I took inside the Palazzo Vecchio are included in the international illustrated edition of Dan Brown's bestseller.
The small church of Santa Margherita dei Cerchi, described vividly in Dan Brown's "Inferno, is located in a tiny side street in the heart of Florence.
The Vasari Corridor is a 1500 meters long covered gallery that connects Palazzo Vecchio, via the Uffizi with Palazzo Pitti.
The secrets of Palazzo Vecchio unlocked with Dan Brown's bestseller "Inferno" in hand. Hidden doorways and mysteries in one of the most famous buildings of Florence.
With the book "Inferno" by Dan Brown in hand we discover the famous Boboli Gardens in Florence.