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Florence of Firenze (Italiaans: Firenze, verouderd Italiaans: Fiorenza; verouderd Nederlands: Florentië) is een stad in Italië. Het is de hoofdstad van de regio Toscane en de metropolitane stad Florence . De stad telt circa 377.000 inwoners en ligt aan de rivier de Arno. Het is de bakermat van de renaissance en daarmee een van de bekendste cultuursteden van Europa. Het was de geboorte- of verblijfplaats van bekende historische figuren zoals Brunelleschi, Donatello, Leonardo Da Vinci, Nicolo Machiavelli, Michelangelo, Galileo Galilei, Catharina de Medici, Antonio Meucci en Dante Alighieri. フィレンツェ(イタリア語: Firenze )は、イタリア共和国中部にある都市で、その周辺地域を含む人口約36万人の基礎自治体(コムーネ)。トスカーナ州の州都、フィレンツェ県の県都である。 中世には毛織物業と金融業で栄え、フィレンツェ共和国としてトスカーナの大部分を支配した。メディチ家による統治の下、15世紀のフィレンツェはルネサンスの文化的な中心地となった。 市街中心部は「フィレンツェ歴史地区」としてユネスコの世界遺産に登録されている。1986年には欧州文化首都に選ばれた。 فلورنسا، مدينة في الجزء الشمالي من وسط إيطاليا، عاصمة مقاطعة فلورنسا وإقليم توسكانا وهي أكبر مدنه وأكثرها سكانا وأهمها تراثا تاريخيا وفنيا وإقتصاديا وإداريا، يبلغ عدد سكانها 366.488 نسمة. يخترقها نهر أرنو (الذي فاض في 4 نوفمبر 1966 مخلفا أضرارا جسيمة ووفاة 35 شخصا)، كانت عاصمة لإيطاليا لفترة وجيزة بعد توحيد إيطاليا (1865-1871) .خلال فترة طويلة أيام حكم أسرة ميديشي (1434-1494, 1512-1527 و1530-1737) كانت فلورنسا في أوروبا العصور الوسطى مركزا هاما من الناحية الثقافية والتجارية والمالية ، حيث تعتبر فلورنسا مهد عصر النهضة وخروج أوروبا من عهود الفقر والظلام . Florence (/ˈflɒrəns/ FLOR-əns; Italian: Firenze [fiˈrɛntse] ) is the capital city of the Italian region of Tuscany and of the Metropolitan City of Florence. It is the most populous city in Tuscany, with approximately 382,000 inhabitants, expanding to over 1,520,000 in the metropolitan area. Florence is an important city in Italian fashion, being ranked in the top 51 fashion capitals of the world; furthermore, it is a major national economic centre, as well as a tourist and industrial hub. In 2008, the city had the 17th highest average income in Italy. Florenz (italienisch Firenze) ist eine toskanische Großstadt mit 382.808 Einwohnern (Stand 31. Dezember 2015). In der Metropolregion leben 1,5 Millionen Menschen. Florenz ist Hauptstadt sowie größte Stadt der Toskana und der Metropolitanstadt Florenz. Von 1865 bis 1870 war die Stadt die Hauptstadt des neu gegründeten Königreichs Italien. 佛罗伦萨(意大利语:Firenze,拉丁语:Florentia,意大利诗歌:Fiorenza,英語:Florence,又譯佛罗伦斯、翡冷翠)是意大利中部托斯卡纳大区和佛羅倫斯省的首府,拥有366,091名城市人口,是该地区面积最大、人口最多的城市,以及主要的历史、文化和商业中心。从该市延伸出去的佛罗伦萨-普拉托-皮斯托亚都会区共有1,506,098名居民。 佛罗伦萨曾经长期处于美第奇家族控制之下,是欧洲中世纪重要的文化、商业和金融中心,并曾一度是意大利统一后的首都(1865-1871年)。 佛罗伦萨被认为是文艺复兴运动的诞生地,艺术与建筑的摇篮之一,拥有众多的历史建筑,和藏品丰富的博物馆(诸如烏菲茲美術館、学院美术馆、巴杰罗美术馆、碧提宫内的帕拉提那美术馆等)。历史上有许多文化名人诞生、活动于此地,比较著名的有诗人但丁、画家列奥纳多·达·芬奇、米开朗基罗、科学家伽利略、政治理论家馬基維利、雕塑家多纳太罗等。佛罗伦萨历史中心被列为世界文化遗产。 翡冷翠的美名由來是徐志摩前往度假時,因飽覽當地的湖山之勝,因而觸發內心美的悸動,便將義大利文的Firenze翻譯成翡冷翠接近義大利文。並寫下了《翡冷翠的一夜》及《翡冷翠山居閒話》兩篇散文。 Florença (em italiano: Firenze e em latim: Florentia) é um município italiano, capital e maior cidade da região da Toscana e da província homônima, com cerca de 377 207 habitantes (1.007.252 a cidade metropolitana). Estende-se por uma área de 102,41 km², tendo uma densidade populacional de 3683 hab/km². Faz fronteira com Bagno a Ripoli, Campi Bisenzio, Fiesole, Impruneta, Scandicci, Sesto Fiorentino. Florença foi durante muito tempo considerada a capital da moda. É considerada o berço do Renascimento italiano, e uma das cidades mais belas do mundo. Firenze (IPA: [fiˈrεnʦe]; ; anche Fiorenza nel Medioevo, Florentia in latino) è un comune italiano di 383 083 abitanti, capoluogo della Toscana e centro della propria città metropolitana con una popolazione di 1 013 820 abitanti. È l'ottavo comune italiano per popolazione e il primo della Toscana. La città di Firenze è il cuore dell'Area metropolitana Firenze - Prato - Pistoia, una conurbazione che conta oltre 1 520 000 abitanti. Florence (en italien : Firenze, prononcé /fi'rɛnʦe/) est la huitième ville d'Italie par sa population, capitale de la région de Toscane et siège de la ville métropolitaine de Florence. Berceau de la Renaissance en Italie, capitale du Royaume d'Italie entre 1865 et 1870, inscrit sur la liste du patrimoine mondial de l'Unesco, Florence présente une richesse artistique exceptionnelle (églises, musées, palais), et est devenue un grand centre touristique. Флоре́нция (итал. Firenze [fiˈrɛnʦe], лат. Florentia) — итальянский город на реке Арно, в прошлом — центр Флорентийской республики, столица герцогов Медичи и Итальянского королевства, ныне — административный центр региона Тоскана. Население — 377 207 человек (2013). Флоренция является важным городом Итальянской моды и была удостоена 31 места в рейтинге модных столиц мира. Кроме того, Флоренция — это национальный экономический, туристический и индустриальный центр Италии, который в 2008 году занял семнадцатое место в списке Итальянских городов с наибольшей прибылью. Florencja (wł. Firenze, MAF: [fiˈrɛnʦe]) – miasto w środkowych Włoszech, nad Arno, u stóp Apeninów, stolica Toskanii i prowincji Florencja, 366 tys. mieszkańców (2006). Florencia (Firenze en italiano) es una ciudad situada al norte de la región central de Italia, capital y ciudad más poblada de la Ciudad metropolitana homónima y de la región de Toscana, de la que es su centro histórico, artístico, económico y administrativo. Cuenta con unos 378.236 habitantes, y es el centro de un área metropolitana de aproximadamente un millón y medio de habitantes.
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Florence of Firenze (Italiaans: Firenze, verouderd Italiaans: Fiorenza; verouderd Nederlands: Florentië) is een stad in Italië. Het is de hoofdstad van de regio Toscane en de metropolitane stad Florence . De stad telt circa 377.000 inwoners en ligt aan de rivier de Arno. Het is de bakermat van de renaissance en daarmee een van de bekendste cultuursteden van Europa. Het was de geboorte- of verblijfplaats van bekende historische figuren zoals Brunelleschi, Donatello, Leonardo Da Vinci, Nicolo Machiavelli, Michelangelo, Galileo Galilei, Catharina de Medici, Antonio Meucci en Dante Alighieri. Флоре́нция (итал. Firenze [fiˈrɛnʦe], лат. Florentia) — итальянский город на реке Арно, в прошлом — центр Флорентийской республики, столица герцогов Медичи и Итальянского королевства, ныне — административный центр региона Тоскана. Население — 377 207 человек (2013). Несмотря на удалённость от моря и постоянные политические волнения, Флоренция XIII—XVII веков внесла грандиозный вклад в развитие европейской и мировой цивилизации. Город дал миру таких гигантов, как Леонардо да Винчи, Микеланджело, Никколо Макиавелли, Данте и Галилей. Местный диалект лёг в основу литературного итальянского языка, флорентийская монета стала эталоном для всей Европы, флорентийские художники разработали законы перспективы, флорентийский мореплаватель Америго Веспуччи дал своё имя двум континентам, а флорентийские мыслители положили начало эпохе Ренессанса, в связи с чем Флоренция по праву носит имя «Колыбель Возрождения». Флоренция является важным городом Итальянской моды и была удостоена 31 места в рейтинге модных столиц мира. Кроме того, Флоренция — это национальный экономический, туристический и индустриальный центр Италии, который в 2008 году занял семнадцатое место в списке Итальянских городов с наибольшей прибылью. Florencja (wł. Firenze, MAF: [fiˈrɛnʦe]) – miasto w środkowych Włoszech, nad Arno, u stóp Apeninów, stolica Toskanii i prowincji Florencja, 366 tys. mieszkańców (2006). Firenze (IPA: [fiˈrεnʦe]; ; anche Fiorenza nel Medioevo, Florentia in latino) è un comune italiano di 383 083 abitanti, capoluogo della Toscana e centro della propria città metropolitana con una popolazione di 1 013 820 abitanti. È l'ottavo comune italiano per popolazione e il primo della Toscana. La città di Firenze è il cuore dell'Area metropolitana Firenze - Prato - Pistoia, una conurbazione che conta oltre 1 520 000 abitanti. Nel Medioevo è stata un importante centro culturale, commerciale, economico e finanziario. Nell'età moderna ha ricoperto il ruolo di capitale del Granducato di Toscana, dal 1569 al 1859, con il governo delle famiglie dei Medici e dei Lorena. Fu capitale d'Italia dal 1865 al 1871, dopo l'unificazione del Paese (1861). Importante centro universitario e patrimonio dell'umanità UNESCO, è considerata il luogo d'origine del Rinascimento ed è universalmente riconosciuta come una delle culle dell'arte e dell'architettura, nonché rinomata come una delle più belle città del mondo, grazie ai suoi numerosi monumenti e musei – tra cui il Duomo, Santa Croce, gli Uffizi, Ponte Vecchio, Piazza della Signoria e Palazzo Pitti. Florenz (italienisch Firenze) ist eine toskanische Großstadt mit 382.808 Einwohnern (Stand 31. Dezember 2015). In der Metropolregion leben 1,5 Millionen Menschen. Florenz ist Hauptstadt sowie größte Stadt der Toskana und der Metropolitanstadt Florenz. Florenz ist für seine Geschichte berühmt. Als Zentrum des mittelalterlichen europäischen Handels- und Finanzwesens war es eine der reichsten Städte des 15. und 16. Jahrhunderts. Florenz gilt als die Wiege der Renaissance. Aufgrund seiner kulturellen Bedeutung – insbesondere für die bildende Kunst – wird es schon seit dem 19. Jahrhundert auch als das „italienische Athen“ bezeichnet. Durch die mächtige Dynastie der Familie Medici stieg Florenz in der Renaissance zu einer der florierendsten Metropolen Europas auf. Zahlreiche Kunstschaffende und Geistliche waren hier beheimatet: Leonardo da Vinci verbrachte große Teile seiner Jugend in Florenz, Michelangelo fand Unterschlupf in der Kirche der Medici, Galileo Galilei wohnte als Hofmathematiker in den Palästen der Medici. Von 1865 bis 1870 war die Stadt die Hauptstadt des neu gegründeten Königreichs Italien. Das historische Zentrum von Florenz zieht Jahr für Jahr Millionen von Touristen an. Euromonitor International platziert die Stadt mit fast 4,2 Millionen Besuchern im Jahr 2013 weltweit an 40. Stelle unter den meist besuchten Städten. 1982 wurde die historische Innenstadt unter Weltkulturerbe von der UNESCO gestellt. Aufgrund des künstlerischen und architektonischen Erbes hat das Forbes Magazine Florenz als eine der schönsten Städte der Welt ausgewählt. Hingewiesen wird vor allem auf den Reichtum an Museen, Palästen und Denkmälern. Florença (em italiano: Firenze e em latim: Florentia) é um município italiano, capital e maior cidade da região da Toscana e da província homônima, com cerca de 377 207 habitantes (1.007.252 a cidade metropolitana). Estende-se por uma área de 102,41 km², tendo uma densidade populacional de 3683 hab/km². Faz fronteira com Bagno a Ripoli, Campi Bisenzio, Fiesole, Impruneta, Scandicci, Sesto Fiorentino. Florença foi durante muito tempo considerada a capital da moda. É considerada o berço do Renascimento italiano, e uma das cidades mais belas do mundo. Tornou-se célebre, também, por ser a cidade natal de Dante Alighieri, autor da "Divina Comédia", que é um marco da literatura universal e de onde a língua italiana moderna tem várias influências. Nesse poema ele descreve a cidade de Florença em muitas passagens, assim como alguns de seus contemporâneos florentinos célebres, como Guido Cavalcanti, amigo que também era poeta e ativo na vida política da cidade, que também são personagens da obra. Também é florentino Cimabue, o último grande pintor italiano a seguir a tradição bizantina, e responsável pela "descoberta" de Giotto. Florença tem origem num antigo povoado etrusco, e foi governada pela família Médici desde o início do século XV até meados do século XVIII. O primeiro líder da cidade pertencente à família Médici foi Cosme, o Velho, que chegou ao poder em 1437. Foi um protector dos judeus na cidade, iniciando uma longa relação da família com a comunidade judaica. A Grande Sinagoga de Florença, também conhecida como Tempio Maggiore ("Templo Principal"), é considerada uma das mais belas da Europa. Destacam-se as diversas e belíssimas catedrais de épocas e estilos diferentes. A cidade também é cenário de obras de artistas do Renascimento, como Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Giotto, Botticelli, Rafael Sanzio, Donatello, entre outros. Nesta cidade nasceram os papas Leão X, Clemente VII, Clemente VIII, Leão XI, Urbano VIII e Clemente XII. Florencia (Firenze en italiano) es una ciudad situada al norte de la región central de Italia, capital y ciudad más poblada de la Ciudad metropolitana homónima y de la región de Toscana, de la que es su centro histórico, artístico, económico y administrativo. Cuenta con unos 378.236 habitantes, y es el centro de un área metropolitana de aproximadamente un millón y medio de habitantes. Capital de Italia entre 1865 y 1871 durante la Unificación italiana, en la edad media fue un importante centro cultural, económico y financiero. Conoció su época de mayor esplendor tras la instauración del Gran Ducado de Toscana bajo el dominio de la dinastía Médici. Florencia es el núcleo urbano en el que se originó en la segunda mitad del siglo XIV el movimiento artístico denominado Renacimiento, y se la considera una de las cunas mundiales del arte y de la arquitectura. Su centro histórico fue declarado Patrimonio de la Humanidad en 1982, y en él destacan obras medievales y renacentistas como la cúpula de Santa María del Fiore, el Ponte Vecchio, la Basílica de Santa Cruz, el Palazzo Vecchio y museos como los Uffizi, el Bargello o la Galería de la Academia, que acoge al David de Miguel Ángel. 佛罗伦萨(意大利语:Firenze,拉丁语:Florentia,意大利诗歌:Fiorenza,英語:Florence,又譯佛罗伦斯、翡冷翠)是意大利中部托斯卡纳大区和佛羅倫斯省的首府,拥有366,091名城市人口,是该地区面积最大、人口最多的城市,以及主要的历史、文化和商业中心。从该市延伸出去的佛罗伦萨-普拉托-皮斯托亚都会区共有1,506,098名居民。 佛罗伦萨曾经长期处于美第奇家族控制之下,是欧洲中世纪重要的文化、商业和金融中心,并曾一度是意大利统一后的首都(1865-1871年)。 佛罗伦萨被认为是文艺复兴运动的诞生地,艺术与建筑的摇篮之一,拥有众多的历史建筑,和藏品丰富的博物馆(诸如烏菲茲美術館、学院美术馆、巴杰罗美术馆、碧提宫内的帕拉提那美术馆等)。历史上有许多文化名人诞生、活动于此地,比较著名的有诗人但丁、画家列奥纳多·达·芬奇、米开朗基罗、科学家伽利略、政治理论家馬基維利、雕塑家多纳太罗等。佛罗伦萨历史中心被列为世界文化遗产。 翡冷翠的美名由來是徐志摩前往度假時,因飽覽當地的湖山之勝,因而觸發內心美的悸動,便將義大利文的Firenze翻譯成翡冷翠接近義大利文。並寫下了《翡冷翠的一夜》及《翡冷翠山居閒話》兩篇散文。 フィレンツェ(イタリア語: Firenze )は、イタリア共和国中部にある都市で、その周辺地域を含む人口約36万人の基礎自治体(コムーネ)。トスカーナ州の州都、フィレンツェ県の県都である。 中世には毛織物業と金融業で栄え、フィレンツェ共和国としてトスカーナの大部分を支配した。メディチ家による統治の下、15世紀のフィレンツェはルネサンスの文化的な中心地となった。 市街中心部は「フィレンツェ歴史地区」としてユネスコの世界遺産に登録されている。1986年には欧州文化首都に選ばれた。 Florence (en italien : Firenze, prononcé /fi'rɛnʦe/) est la huitième ville d'Italie par sa population, capitale de la région de Toscane et siège de la ville métropolitaine de Florence. Berceau de la Renaissance en Italie, capitale du Royaume d'Italie entre 1865 et 1870, inscrit sur la liste du patrimoine mondial de l'Unesco, Florence présente une richesse artistique exceptionnelle (églises, musées, palais), et est devenue un grand centre touristique. فلورنسا، مدينة في الجزء الشمالي من وسط إيطاليا، عاصمة مقاطعة فلورنسا وإقليم توسكانا وهي أكبر مدنه وأكثرها سكانا وأهمها تراثا تاريخيا وفنيا وإقتصاديا وإداريا، يبلغ عدد سكانها 366.488 نسمة. يخترقها نهر أرنو (الذي فاض في 4 نوفمبر 1966 مخلفا أضرارا جسيمة ووفاة 35 شخصا)، كانت عاصمة لإيطاليا لفترة وجيزة بعد توحيد إيطاليا (1865-1871) .خلال فترة طويلة أيام حكم أسرة ميديشي (1434-1494, 1512-1527 و1530-1737) كانت فلورنسا في أوروبا العصور الوسطى مركزا هاما من الناحية الثقافية والتجارية والمالية ، حيث تعتبر فلورنسا مهد عصر النهضة وخروج أوروبا من عهود الفقر والظلام . هي منشأ عصر النهضة واشتهرت في العالم بأسره كمهدٍ للفن والعمارة بمبانيها التاريخية العديدة ومعالمها ومتاحفها الغنية، فاشتهرت باعتبارها واحدة من أجمل وأهم مدن العالم . سميت المدينة "أثينا العصور الوسطى". مركز فلورنسا التاريخي (Centro storico) أعلنته اليونسكو من مواقع التراث العالمي منذ عام 1982. Florence (/ˈflɒrəns/ FLOR-əns; Italian: Firenze [fiˈrɛntse] ) is the capital city of the Italian region of Tuscany and of the Metropolitan City of Florence. It is the most populous city in Tuscany, with approximately 382,000 inhabitants, expanding to over 1,520,000 in the metropolitan area. Florence was a centre of medieval European trade and finance and one of the wealthiest cities of the time. It is considered the birthplace of the Renaissance, and has been called "the Athens of the Middle Ages". A turbulent political history includes periods of rule by the powerful Medici family, and numerous religious and republican revolutions. From 1865 to 1871 the city was the capital of the recently established Kingdom of Italy. The Historic Centre of Florence attracts 13 million tourists each year, and Euromonitor International ranked the city as the world's 89th most visited in 2012, with 1.8 million visitors. It was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1982. The city is noted for its culture, Renaissance art and architecture and monuments. The city also contains numerous museums and art galleries, such as the Uffizi Gallery and the Palazzo Pitti, and still exerts an influence in the fields of art, culture and politics. Due to Florence's artistic and architectural heritage, it has been ranked by Forbes as one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Florence is an important city in Italian fashion, being ranked in the top 51 fashion capitals of the world; furthermore, it is a major national economic centre, as well as a tourist and industrial hub. In 2008, the city had the 17th highest average income in Italy.
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A collage of Florence showing the Galleria degli Uffizi , followed by the Palazzo Pitti, a sunset view of the city and the Fountain of Neptune in the Piazza della Signoria.
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