Explore Florence

Florence is an Italian province located in the north-central part of the country, located in the province of Tuscany, the largest city in the territory and the most populous, the most important of which are the historical, artistic, economic and administrative aspects of Territory. The geographic location of this city is characteristic of being located in a low area surrounded by heights; It is surrounded by three hills of mud, a block of Carriodje to the north, and a hill  "Fizuli" in the northeast, and the hill of Sisiniano to the east, plus other hills, located in an easy-to-go river, which divides the city into an upper valley and a lower valley , as well as two other rivers, the Monyoni River, and the Tertsueli River, as well as the river "Greve". Florence is a city with its status in the Italian State; It has been in a period of time the official capital of the country, and the most important position in the country is cultural, financial and commercial aspects, the "cradle" of the Renaissance, the most important cities that have helped Europe out of the dark ages of poverty, so As the cradle of art and architecture, it is attested by its buildings, historical buildings, monuments and artistic monuments, dubbed the "medieval Athens". Florence's attractions are well known and numerous in Florence, where there are many squares, gardens, museums, exhibitions, palaces, historical theatres and churches. One of the most important arenas is the square of Michael Angelo, the square of Santa María Nuvilla, the Cathedral Square, the Republic Square and the most important gardens. It has a garden of Poppoli, and one of the most important theatres is the Teatro di Verdi, the Theatre of "The Bir-gol", and one of its most well-known churches is the Church of Santa Claus. Maria de Fury, the Church of St. John, as there is the "Old Bridge" and the Bridge  "Holy Trinity". In addition to the above,

Florence has a large number of exhibitions and museums, such as the Museum of "Avitici", the musical Instruments Museum, the National Museum "Bargilo", the exhibition  "Academy", and the Museum of St. Marc. One of the most important palaces of the royal palace was the "Gwelva" mansion, the Palace of "Betty", and the palace  "Strotsey" and "Redolin", as well as many other archaeological and historical monuments

Explore Pisa

The Italian city of Pisa is located in central Italy, where Tuscany, specifically in the alluvial plain above the river Arno, separates it from a sea to lure an estimated distance of approximately 10 km, and the city is about 80 km from western Florence,

[1] The city is considered to have fertile plains by virtue of its location near the coast of the sea, and is renowned for its abundance of mineral water. In the nearby mountains, minerals such as copper, marble and alabaster are also abundant.

[2] The history of Pisa indicates that the ancient Pisa was known as Pbesai, and was under the rule of the Roman State and take a naval base of it, and during the period between 180-313 A.D. it had become a purely Roman colony,

[1] The history of the city is evidenced by historical attractions such as the Leaning Tower of Pisa and the cathedral of Pisa, where the latter takes the form of cross Latin is fitted with granite poles at the top of it, and also has a four-part bronze door, thanks to Partej Yani and Augusto Serrano. In supplying the cathedral in it

 [2] The Leaning Tower of Pisa occupies a distinctive location in the heart of Pisa cathedral, and is referred to as the completely detached tower of the city cathedral. It is ranked third as the oldest structure in the arena; It is noteworthy that his fame was the result of an unintended mistake that was made during his construction But it was useful to him for what he gave him that mistake of fame, and this wondrous tower rises by approximately 183.27 feet.