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Florence: An excellent Amazon Kindle guide

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I have recently purchased Walks in Florence, an Amazon Kindle edition, written by David Lown, who is an art historian, currently living in Venice.

He covers 5 different areas of Florence, with comprehensive descriptions of the major (and also the often overlooked) features of these areas. I've been reading the guide with a map of Florence at my elbow, and making many bookmarks for further research. I can hardly wait to get back to Florence to seek some of places he describes. His art history background is obvious in the loving descriptions of the treasures to be found in this city.

David has also published a guide to the Uffizi Gallery ,and others centred in Rome and Venice. Just search using his name, on Amazon Kindle.

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