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Dante's Florence Travel Guide Book

Dante’s Florence Travel Guide Book

€12,00

The book you buy is equipped with a map, clues, art and historic descriptions, unique details to discover and a final quiz so you can manage the game independently, with the people you wish, in the moment you choose.

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Dante’s Florence Travel Guide Book Play&Learn

 

Which was the cause of the Guelf – Ghibelline conflict?

Why do we see an eagle in front of the baptistery?

How were houses built during Dante’s time?

 

With Dante’s Florence Travel Guide Book you can study your map, spot the starting point and start your art treasure hunt in one of most beautiful and famous city of the world.
We will begin our journey from the city center with its historical buildings and monuments. We will travel again through those streets which hosted ateliers, merchants, aristocrats and artists in the Middle Ages. We will find ourselves in front of some of the most famous artworks in the world, so important to Florence and its worldwide reputation and prestige. And we will explore all this through Dante’s words.

 

Watch the clues closely, find your orientation, follow the tracked indications on the map directly on your reference book, search carefully around you. Who is going to be the first one able to spot the trail clues?
Challenge other participants, let yourself be lead and immersed in the historical framework and in the interesting stories each clue is linked to. Become a real art treasure hunter with Dante’s Florence Travel Guide Book! Test yourself, play the game with your friends and your family, then take the final quiz!

 

This what you can experience by choosing Safari d’Arte Dante’s Florence Travel Guide Book Play&learn!

 

Dante’s Florence Travel Guide Book A5 (dimension 15×21 cm), 48 coloured pages, softcover

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