Outline of Florence

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The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Florence:

Florence – capital city of the Italian region of Tuscany. Florence was one of the wealthiest cities of medieval Europe,[1] and was the birthplace of the Renaissance.[2] Florence is an important city in Italian fashion, being ranked in the top 15 fashion capitals of the world;[3] furthermore, it is a major national economic centre, as well as a tourist and industrial hub.

General reference[edit]

Geography of Florence[edit]

Geography of Florence

Location of Florence[edit]

Environment of Florence[edit]

The Arno river, view from Ponte Vecchio
Neighborhoods in Florence

Landforms of Florence[edit]

  • Rivers in Florence

Areas of Florence[edit]

Districts of Florence[edit]

Neighborhoods in Florence[edit]

Locations in Florence[edit]

Bridges in Florence[edit]

City gates of Florence[edit]

Fountains in Florence[edit]

Historic locations in Florence[edit]

Loggias in Florence[edit]

Monuments and memorials in Florence[edit]

Museums and galleries in Florence[edit]

Garden facade of Palazzo Pitti

Parks and gardens in Florence[edit]

Public squares in Florence[edit]

Squares of Florence

Streets of Florence[edit]

Towers in Florence[edit]

Villas and palaces in Florence[edit]

The gardens of the Villa I Tatti

Demographics of Florence[edit]

Demographics of Florence

Government and politics of Florence[edit]

Government and politics of Florence

History of Florence[edit]

History of Florence

History of Florence, by period or event[edit]

History of Florence, by subject[edit]

Culture of Florence[edit]

Palazzo Vecchio as seen from the Uffizi
Zuccotto, a dessert with origins in Florence

Culture of Florence

Art in Florence[edit]

Daughter of Niobe bent by terror, in the Niobe room of the Uffizi gallery
View of Bermeo in Commesso technique

Cinema of Florence[edit]

Cinema of Florence

Music of Florence[edit]

Music of Florence

Theatre of Florence[edit]

Visual arts of Florence[edit]

Events and traditions in Florence[edit]

People from Florence[edit]

Religion in Florence[edit]

San Miniato al Monte, one of the finest Romanesque churches in Tuscany
Pazzi Chapel and the cloister
Sassetti Chapel, Test of Fire before the Sultan, a fresco by Domenico Ghirlandaio, ca. 1482-85

Churches in Florence[edit]

Churches in Florence

Sports in Florence[edit]

Sports in Florence

Economy and infrastructure of Florence[edit]

The entrance to Palazzo Magnani Feroni

Transportation in Florence[edit]

A Sirio type tramway at Porta al Prato-Leopolda stop in Florence

Transportation in Florence

Airports in Florence

Rail transport in Florence[edit]

Education in Florence[edit]

University of Florence, the social science library

Education in Florence

Healthcare in Florence[edit]

Hospitals in Florence

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Economy of Renaissance Florence, Richard A. Goldthwaite, Book – Barnes & Noble". Search.barnesandnoble.com. 23 April 2009. Retrieved 22 January 2010. 
  2. ^ Spencer Baynes, L.L.D., and W. Robertson Smith, L.L.D., Encyclopædia Britannica. Akron, Ohio: The Werner Company, 1907: p.675
  3. ^ "Paris Towers Over World of Fashion as Top Global Fashion Capital for 2015". Languagemonitor.com. Retrieved 20 January 2016. 
  4. ^ Alternative obsolete form: Fiorenza [fjoˈrɛntsa]; Latin: Florentia

External links[edit]

Wikimedia Atlas of Florence