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Summary

There are many ways to visit a city, and Florence, owing to its artistic richness, can be visited in many alternative tours. Surely one of the most interesting is represented by a stroll which, following Dante's steps, leads us to see those religious and civic buildings, those private and public houses that form his city - the Florence that he so much loved and hated. What could be more fascinating than strolling in the ancient streets following the steps of its most famous citizen?

The houses, the churches, the streets, the squares where Dante lived are always there, alive and magnificent.

In 19 steps, you will find literary and historical memories, inspired by the poems of Dante himself, extracted from his Vita Nova, “The New Life", in which he celebrated his love for Beatrice.

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©2010 Gli Ascoltalibri (P)2010 Gli Ascoltalibri

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Totally incomprehensible to the lay person. BORING unless you are someone completely immersed in the subject to begin with