In nomine Dantis. XIXth century Medievalism: Architecture in Florence between '800 and '900 - 700 Dante Firenze

In nomine Dantis. XIXth century Medievalism: Architecture in Florence between '800 and '900 - 700 Dante Firenze

On the occasion of the celebrations for the 700th anniversary of Dante Alighieri's death, from 27 April to 28 May 2021 the Historical Archive of the City of Florence is proposing a documentary exhibition describing how nineteenth-century architecture reflects the myth of Dante in medievalism, from the reconstruction of Dante's House and recognisable in the recurring stone fabrics in "filaretto" or in the nailed doors of the suburban buildings.

Guided tours also for schools will be available.

In the event of a continuing health emergency, access will be by appointment only or, alternatively, the exhibition will be accessible online.

Exhibitions

In nomine Dantis. XIXth century Medievalism: Architecture in Florence between '800 and '900 - 700 Dante Firenze

From 27 April to 28 May 2021, the Historical Archive of the City of Florence is proposing a documentary exhibition that describes how 19th-century architecture reflects the myth of Dante in medievalism, present both in the historic centre and in the suburbs.

Guided tours also for schools will be available.

In the event of a continuing health emergency, access will be by appointment only or, alternatively, the exhibition will be accessible online.

Exhibitions
Opening hours
When:
27-04-2021 - 28-05-2021
Monday
e venerdì
from 09:00 to 13:30
Tuesday - Thursday
from 09:00 to 17:30
Prezzo
Entrance fee:
Free entrance