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闲步世遗城市 佛罗伦萨

(Guida di Firenze)

Autore/i: Zhang Zheng Ying , Francesco Vossilla

Collana: fuori collana

Pagine: 144
Formato: cm.14x21
Anno: 2015
ISBN: 9788846741899

Stato: Disponibile
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第一次到佛罗伦萨旅游就上手!
佛罗伦萨自1982年开始就被联合国教科文组织(UNESCO)列为世界遗产城市,佛罗伦萨的历史中心城区每年吸引了成千上万的游客从世界各地慕名而来。本书为中国读者量身订做,精选了佛罗伦萨最热门的景点,包括街道景观、人文艺术、古典建筑园林……以主教座堂为中心,分成数条游览路线,每一条路线都详细罗列了美景名胜,加上贴心的旅游指南,引领大家能以深入浅出的方式畅游这个世界遗产城市。连初次旅游者都能轻松尽兴的展开一段难忘旅程!

Florence is a city of beginnings and renewals. Ancient etymologies connect its name to the idea of primacy, flourishing, and uniqueness. Roman founders in the first century B.C. named Florence so because it was the “flower” of the “eternal city” that built it.
Florentine development was initially demonstrated by its extraordinary Roman monuments and buildings. Centuries later, the city was rebuilt by Emperor Charlemagne, the father of the so-called Carolingian rebirth of politics and the arts. As the Middle Ages ended, Florence became the cradle of an epoch-making phenomenon: the revival of classical antiquity later known as the Italian Renaissance.
A host of illustrious writers and artists celebrated Florence as a new Athens and a new Rome, the capital of a cultural rebirth that would impact the rest of the Western world for centuries to come.
Florence still attracts crowds of visitors who admire its ever-flourishing beauty. Students and scholars flock to its schools and world renowned libraries. The International Studies Institute (“ISI Florence”), with its centrally located headquarters at Palazzo Rucellai – the famous palace designed by humanist Leon Battista Alberti in the mid-fifteenth century – stands out as one of the city’s leading study abroad programs. Structured around a consortium of United States and international state universities (ASU, PSU, UConn, UVA, and University of Melbourne), ISI Florence contributes to the city’s cultural success. Hundreds of students each year attend classes in all of the humanities at ISI Florence.
True to our mission, we have created the first Chinese Guide to Florence. We believe that an informative and well-conceived guidebook is a significant educational tool. No less than textbooks and scholarly monographs, city guides are ground-breaking and influential, bridging gaps between different cultures.
In this spirit, we endorse Professor Zhang Zheng-Ying’s and Professor Francesco Vossilla’s pioneering endeavor to sustain and renew the myth of this unique city.

Stefano U. Baldassarri, Ph.D.
Director, ISI Florence, Palazzo Rucellai