Birthplace of the Renaissance

One of the wealthiest cities of medieval Europe at its zenith, Florence was not only a centre of trade and finance but also considered the birthplace of the Renaissance. While regarded as the Athens of the Middle Ages, the city also underwent a turbulent political period with periods of rule by the powerful Medici family as well as numerous religious and republican revolutions.

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