The concerts take place in enchanting locations that offer unique atmospheres and exclusive night views of the city to be admired during the intermission

Santo Stefano al Ponte

The church of Santo Stefano al Ponte is a place of Catholic worship located in Florence near the Ponte Vecchio, which owes its name. It is located in the small homonymous Piazza Santo Stefano. The church is the result of several interventions over the centuries. Among these stands out the seventeenth century that reshaped the interior, creating an original architecture of broken lines, devoid of any curve.

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A fortified fortress in the heart of the city, halfway between the place of religious power (piazza del Duomo) and the place of political power (piazza della Signoria). Monetary policy was made here, commodity prices were established, here the representatives of the productive classes met on ritual and commercial occasions. Here the work that made Florence great was its consecration.
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Palazzo del Bargello, also known as Palazzo del Popolo.
Its collection of Renaissance statues is considered among the most notable in the world: it includes masterpieces by Michelangelo, Donatello, Ghiberti, Cellini, Giambologna, Ammannati and other important sculptors, as well as a large collection of applied arts, organized mainly by type. In 2014 it was the twenty-ninth most visited Italian state site.
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Courtyard of Michelozzo

The porticoed courtyard (also called “courtyard of the columns”) is the fulcrum of Palazzo Medici. Elegant atmosphere of particular suggestion, it was designed and built by Michelozzo together with the most ancient nucleus of the fifteenth-century palace. Characterized by a centuries-old history, today it ranks among the most evocative and enchanting locations of our period.
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Florence Savings Bank Auditorium

Gathering the inheritance of the original Cassa, the foundation pursues its statutory aims operating in Tuscany with particular attention to the Florentine territory and to the areas of traditional bank presence and uses the proceeds of its huge assets to realize and finance projects. It also intervenes in favor of those who need solidarity, rehabilitation and assistance. It promotes the civil growth and development of the city of Florence and the territories of reference.
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Basilica of Santo Spirito

The church of Santo Spirito is one of the main basilicas of the city of Florence. It is located in the Oltrarno district, the southern part of the historical centre, and with its simple façade dominates the homonymous square. It was built on the remains of the thirteenth-century Augustinian convent destroyed by fire in 1371. It has the dignity of a minor basilica.
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Piazza Signoria

Piazza della Signoria is the central square of Florence, the seat of civil power and the heart of the social life of the city. L-shaped, it is located in the central part of medieval Florence, south of the Duomo. In the past it has had various names, such as Piazza dei Priori or Piazza del Granduca.
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Teatro della Pergola

The Teatro della Pergola is the historical theater of Florence and one of the oldest and richest in history throughout Italy, located along Via della Pergola at the numbers equal to 12 to 30. The theater has undergone architectural constraints since 1943, as “first a great example of Italian theater “and its qualification” as an episode of fundamental importance for the documentation of the history of Italian and world theater.”
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Chiostro Grande
Santa Maria Novella

Cloister Grande is part of the convent of Santa Maria Novella in Florence and is the largest in the city. It is completely frescoed in the lunettes by some of the major Florentine artists of the period 1580-1585. It is also called Second Cloister because it was built after the so-called Green Cloister, adjacent to the basilica.

Niccolini Theater

A building of great historical and architectural interest, the Niccolini, formerly Teatro del Cocomero, is the oldest in Florence and among the first “modern” theaters in Europe. Its origins date back to 1650, when a group of nobles rented some rooms of Palazzo Ughi in Via del Cocomero building the theater. In the seventies and eighties it was a privileged center for prose, hosting artists such as Vittorio Gassman, Carlo Cecchi and Carmelo Bene.

Basilica of Santa Croce

he Basilica of Santa Croce in the homonymous square in Florence, is one of the largest Franciscan churches and one of the greatest achievements of Gothic in Italy, and belongs to the rank of minor basilica. Santa Croce is a prestigious symbol of Florence, the meeting place of the greatest artists, theologians, religious, writers, humanists and politicians, who determined, in good and bad fortune, the identity of the late-medieval and renaissance city
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Terme Tettuccio

L'edificio, realizzato su progetto dell'architetto Gaspero Maria Paoletti fra il 1779-1781, era caratterizzato da un portale in bugnato di grande effetto scenografico. Nel 1916 l'architetto fiorentino Ugo Giovannozzi presentò un progetto di ristrutturazione dell'intero complesso impostato sul concetto delle terme romane; sarà portato a termine nel 1928.
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