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Welcome to the official Tuscany Foursquare page through which you can explore the best of our region's places, food, arts and events.

Firenze, Repubblica Italiana
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7 places updated September 1, 2014
In the past, Florence cafes were frequented by eminent scholars, eccentric artist and visionary poets. Discover the places that have brightened, sweetened and enriched the life of the Florentines.
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16 places updated March 17, 2014
Michelangelo is one of the greatest artists of all time, he is the Italian Renaissance and his story is tied tightly to Florence and Tuscany. Open the list and follow the footprints of "Il Divino".
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20 places updated March 17, 2014
Here are just 21 of the most important food festivals in Tuscany. Follow this map and be ready to have fun and eat way too much!
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13 places updated May 21, 2013
Florence used to be surrounded by high defensive walls. Today, just a small portion of the last walls remains but, fortunately, the doors (porte) and a few towers still survive.
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21 places updated March 14, 2014
Le #invasionidigitali sono una rete di eventi nazionali (dal 20 al 28 aprile 2013), rivolti alla diffusione e valorizzazione del patrimonio artistico-culturale attraverso internet e i social media.
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14 places updated January 30, 2013
14 places including Pontile di Lido di Camaiore, Lungomare Porto Santo Stefano, Isola d'Elba, Cala Dei Medici (Porto Turistico)
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    "Pietro Robiglio opened his first shop in Florence in 1928. Here, don't forget to taste some traditional products, such as the “Torta Campagnola,” the “Fruttodoro” and the “Gallette al latte”."
    Visit TuscanyVisit Tuscany · September 1, 2014
    Café
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    "Enrico Rivoire, from Turin, opened this chocolate factory in 1872. The furnishings date back to 1900. Tip: savor the excellent chocolate overlooking a sunset-tinted Palazzo della Signoria."
    Visit TuscanyVisit Tuscany · September 1, 2014
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    "In 1733 the Swiss Gilli family opened “The Sweet Bread Shop”. The furniture and decorations, still perfect, date back to the 1920s. Gilli is the only example of a Belle-Époque cafe in Florence."
    Visit TuscanyVisit Tuscany · September 1, 2014
    Café
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    "Founded in 1847. The Florentines started to calling it “Giubbe Rosse” (red jackets) for uniform of the waiters. In the early 1900s, the founders of the Italian futurist movement, gathered here."
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    "It opened in 1920 as a milk shop in a former butcher shop maintaining the original counter and marble walls. Today it is frequented by scholars and it offers organic and vegetarian products."
    Visit TuscanyVisit Tuscany · September 1, 2014
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    "First opened in 1846 as Caffè Centrale. In 1947, it became a favourite spot of the intellectual class. Today it is still one of Florence’s most elegant cafes, known for its evening music concerts."
    Visit TuscanyVisit Tuscany · September 1, 2014
    Café
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