As it crosses Tuscany, the Arno carries touching yet forgotten stories.
A land shaped by water where the past speaks of miracles, castles under siege and straw woven into hats ~ by Barbara Raugei
A town in front and in between ~ by Andrea Bellucci
Arno, boat building and scenery: from Etruscan and Roman times to now
The out of town destination for Florentine families following in the footsteps of Dante and Beatrice, the Medici and the Pazzi
A journey along the banks of the Arno, through the land of sunsets
A local loon, an odd correspondence and a few reflections on a magnificent but declining land ~ by Daniele Pasquini
The close relationship between the river and (even the) living – in the words of Simona Baldanzi