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  • Photo by Debra Kolkka

    Experience San Lorenzo Market in Florence

    An absolute must for visitors to Florence is the San Lorenzo Mercato Centrale. It is one of the oldest markets in Florence. The two-storey building was constructed in Via dell’Ariento in [...]

  • Obica Mozzarella Bar Photo by Debra Kolkka

    Exquisite Mozzarella Moments in Florence

    In Neopolitan dialect Obica means “Here it is”. It is used to describe something that is happening right before your eyes, like a freshly made mozzarella ready to be eaten. Obica [...]

  • Dolce and Gabbana accessories Photo by Debra Kolkka

    Spring Fashions in Florence for 2015

    Despite the changeable weather and chilly mornings, spring is on the way. A walk around the gorgeous streets of Florence is fun at this time of the year when the shop windows are full of fabulous [...]

  • coccoli con tagliere Photo by Coral L Sisk

    Traditional must-try bakery goods in Florence

    Tuscan baked sweets and savories are made either with no butter  (i.e. almond biscotti) or with shortening or plain old fashioned lard. Italians and Tuscans especially take great pride in baked [...]

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