The Bargello National Museum in Florence houses some of the queerest works of art of the Renaissance period. Read our blog entry about Benvenuto Cellini’s Apollo and Hyacinth.
A queer look into the myth of Orpheus and its use as political propaganda in Florence at the time of the Medici.
Tuscany has always been very inclusive and tolerant. This aspect has attracted visitors from all over the world for centuries.
Fancy getting caught in a time warp? Take a stroll down Via Maggio, Florence’s iconic antique-only shopping street and stop at Galleria Esposito where Chiara Esposito, passionate antique dealer and digital entrepreneuse, will take you on an unforgettable journey. As you may (or may not) know, Florence isn’t just famous for its superb museums,…