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ItaIia.

Italy swept me off of my feet. The people, the language, the food, the culture. I’m blessed to have learned worlds about myself, Jesus and others in such a beautiful country.

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THE POMADER OF CATHERINE DE' MEDICI

THE POMADER

OF 

CATHERINE DE’ MEDICI

In 1533, at the age of fourteen, Catherine de’ Medici married Hanry II of France.

With her, to Marsille, went her perfumier, Renè Le Florentin. 91 more words

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Barbara di Santa Sofia

It’s been a busy couple of months, working through the suggestions of my editor, Sam Carter, at Oneworld – which can be satisfying (‘God, that bit was clunky – thank goodness he spotted it’); humbling (Sam suggested a bonfire of the howevers, and he was right – it’s an academic tic that is, nine times out of ten, completely unnecessary); and anxiety-inducing (every time I change a phrase, I sense that the whole book, or at least the whole paragraph, has lost its coherence). 715 more words

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Florence

My 10 months abroad are quickly coming to an end, and as I’ve been reflecting I’ve realized I should resurrect my blog, even though I’m pretty sure my mom stopped reading a while ago.   1,672 more words

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Florence, Day 1

I think I fell in love with Florence before I ever visited the city. When my cousin said Florence was her favorite, I thought she was crazy. 792 more words

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Milan & Armani / Silos

Last Saturday, we spent a lovely day in Milano! While we didn’t have time to truly explore the whole city, we did see the duomo, the beautiful shopping square right by it, and 10 Corso Como, which is another famous shopping/fashion area.  231 more words

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My Life as a Street Painter in Florence Italy

My Life as a Street Painter in Florence, Italy

by Kelly Borsheim

American sculptor Kelly Borsheim is living her dream, working as an artist in Florence, Italy (or… 704 more words

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