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October 26, 2015

This week in Florence (October 26/November 1)

Tremble tremble the witches are back ... Along with exhibitions, performances and events not to be missed!

Monday 26 we bring you to the center of the city, in Piazza Santa Maria del Fiore, to admire the Baptistery of Florence finally free! After a year and nine months of work, the Baptistery of San Giovanni is ready to be admired. Scoprie more, click here!

Tuesday 27 how about savoring the flavors of autumn? One of the stages of Florence not to be missed is definitely the Central Market and in the evening, at the Opera of Florence, Mozart in "Così fan tutte" and the Pergola, Friends of Music bring to the stage the piano teacher's Zilberstein. We conclude with the great dance of Virgil Sieni and the days of "HUMAN - International Shipyards on body language and dance" (until 31 October). At 19 Virgil Sieni at the Teatro della Pergola and at 21 Emanuel Gat on stage Cango - Shipyards Goldonetta.

Wednesday 28 full theater. And 'in fact Gabriele Lavia with "Life of Galileo" to open the new, dramatic, theatrical season of the Teatro La Pergola, find out more, click here! Music at the Teatro Verdi with the live Malika Ayane.

Thursday 29th is a great day for the city of Florence. Protagonist of the inauguration of the New Museum of the Opera del Duomo. Discover it with us! Same day for the opening of the exhibition devoted to the international film "50 days of the cinema in Florence." Out of town in Lucca we announce the first day of Lucca Comics & Games, until November 1.

Friday 30 at the Palazzo Medici Riccardi the National Exhibition of Fine Arts Chinese - China National Exhibition of Fine Arts. In the evening of Florence Opera maestro Roland Boer while Obihall music Nek.

Saturday 31 for the night of witches, we have some tips to give you. Read here!

Sunday 1, a day of autumn flavors of truffles, mushrooms, chestnuts and much more. Read our special dedicated to festivals and happy Sunday!


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