On March 25, the Annunciation, was celebrated in Florence on New Year’s Eve: so it was until January 1, 1750. To celebrate this date we will discover and know together the symbols and the Heroes of our City.How come that irises bloom on the strong stone of Palazzo Vecchio? And who is that boy with the slingshot on the Paradise door of the Baptistery of Saint John? And above all… What is an iguana doing in Piazzale degli Uffizi? Look at that cute little bronze belt near the market stalls! Through clues and thanks to the curiosity of children we will reveal all these mysteries and many more, to find ourselves in Republic Square and… draw fiorenza! When: Saturday, March 21, 2015Where: 15:00 in Via dei Lamberti all’ulivo dei georgofili Duration 2 hours Age of children: 7/10 but if there are little brothers or sisters of 5/6 will go very well! Information and reservations: email@example.com
Florentine mysteries to New Year’s eve!
On March 25, the Annunciation, was celebrated in Florence on New Year’s Eve: so it was until January 1, 1750.