8 itineraries for boys and girls through the city's streets
Finally, a guide for children between the ages of eight and twelve to one of the loveliest cities in the world. Eight different itineraries for all tastes accompany young readers in an unusual tour through Florence: a tour along the numerous streets, under the most important loggias and next to masterpieces of sculpting and architecture in such a city that is so important for its history and culture. Eight different historical figures, Dante, Brunelleschi, Masaccio and Eleonora of Toledo offer ‘advice’ for visiting the Duomo, the Piazza della Signoria, the Uffizi Gallery, Pitti Palace, but also for discovering the most picturesque sites of the city: the house-towers, the walls, the fountains with ‘marine monsters’. Handy, amusing, essential, compact and colourful, this guide is also practical thanks to its ‘small notebook’ format. Conveniently priced, it offers a casual approach to the city and its churches, suited to young visitors.
Teachers of art history with years of experience, the authors are well aware of the fact that to make children like museums, it is necessary to make them have a good and amusing time. That is why the book contains so many delightful illustrations and concise texts.
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- Edited by:
- Barbara Conti, Giulia Servello
- Edition (cm):
- 18 x 18
- 30 color illustrations