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    In Italy there are many wonderful cities. There are also many things to do in Italy, especially in Florence. Florence has many reasons that it is famous in particular. There are many saved ruins, art, and historical buildings. Florence itself has a lot of history; this made them come out a stronger nation and a chance to show all their history of becoming a city. Florence is known for being a beautiful sight for a vacation or living permanently. Many famous people have come from the city itself

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    The Florence Baptistery

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    considered a revival. Usually the artist or patron has a purpose such as modeling after a powerful culture or religious significance. They may slightly change or mix other styles to make the best of past and present. In Florence Italy there stands a baptistery. It resides west of the Florence Cathedral, which was modeled after the baptistery. The Cathedral began in 1296 by Arnolfo di Cambio. Although the two resemble each other, they are considered to be from two different styles. The Baptistery of S. Giovanni

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    Florence

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    spoken by Florence Nightingale, very neatly sum up her life’s ambitions. Florence Nightingale: “The Lady with the Lamp”, creator of the nursing profession, hero in the Crimean war, and so much more. She was born into an upper class family on May 12, 1820, in Florence Italy. As a woman, working during the Victorian time period was uncommon, let alone pursuing a career in nursing. Florence led the way for future female nurses, saved many lives, and improved healthcare in hospitals. Florence Nightingale

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    the use of social history did the issues of class and gender begin to be debated by scholars. Numerous recent articles have done a great job of analysing particularly men of high status. In this paper I will look at the lower classes of Renaissance Florence. More specifically, I will center my focus on the lives of women during this era, how they were treated and viewed by people of other classes and how women were viewed and treated by men. Social historians in recent years have started to look at

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    went with my family to Rome and Florence and was fortunate enough to visit several breathtaking museums along the way. Rome is most famous for numerous things such as architecture from arches, domes and vaults, which can be seen in almost every historic building, to painters from Michelangelo to Bernini and Raphael. I was blessed to see artwork done by each individual. My overall trip was two weeks, which gave me plenty of time to enjoy most aspects of Rome and Florence. My journey of museums hoping

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    Florence Price

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    Florence Price, Composer The purpose of a biography is to enhance the reader’s knowledge about a particular person’s life, in this case, Florence Beatrice Price, and offer a sort of historical background focusing on significant events, accomplishments, and personal aspects of that particular individual’s life. Ideally, the writer molds complex biographical facts—birth and death, education, ambition, conflict, milieu, work, relationship, accident—into a book [or article] that has the independent vitality

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    florence cathedral

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    In the Florence Cathedral, Florence, Italy, there is a cathedral church whose octagonal dome, built without the aid of scaffolding, was considered the greatest engineering feat of the early Renaissance. Dedicated to Santa Maria del Fiore, Our Lady of the Flower, it is also known as the Duomo, after the Italian word for cathedral. Created by many great Early Modern artists, this piece of architecture is a perfect example the Renaissance style. We can come to a better understanding of why this is so

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    Florence Nightingale

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    Florence Nightingale was born on May 20, 1820 to the wealthy landowner, William E., and his wife Fanny Nightingale in Florence, Italy. (Pettinger) Being a part of the wealthy class during the mid-1800s, William and Fanny dedicated themselves to the pursuit of active social lives like many others. Florence and her sister, Parthenope, were home schooled by their father and learned multiple languages, mathematics, and history. Both Florence and her sister were affluent in Italian, Latin, and Greek.

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    Florence Nightingale

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    Florence Nightingale is one of the major medical leaders in the world that's hard work has changed medical issues, while staying in there to modern day. She began as a city girl, her family being one of the wealthiest around. They wanted Florence to chase after a more worthy cause than a job that fit the perspective of a peasant classed woman. She disagreed wholeheartedly and went to a nursing school for a while, then voluntarily going into a war hospital in Crimea when the Crimean War broke out

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    History of the city of Florence

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    History of the city of Florence In the entire scope of history there are few civilizations that have left their own unique imprint upon the rest of the world as well as influencing future generations like the city of Florence. Only a handful of nations can claim the cultural, financial, social, and artistic accomplishments that this city can. Throughout the history of approximately three thousand years Florence has proven to be an impressively resilient civilization that takes pride

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