American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- See Florence.
- n. a city in central Italy on the Arno; provincial capital of Tuscany; center of the Italian Renaissance from 14th to 16th centuries
“More at the Institute and Museum of the History of Science in Firenze (Italian detailed technical specs and images page here/Google English translation here).”
“I loved your photos of the Mercato Centrale which I visited often when I spent two weeks in Firenze.”
“Florence is called Firenze in Italian, it feels like fire n zee city. good god was it hot!”
“Auditore di Firenze, meaning "The Flying one, Listener of Florence".”
“Whilst having lunch in one of Florence's piazzas, I overheard one American women loudly asking of her friends..."what the hell is this "Firenze" thing?”
“Cook and Goldstein consulted scientists before deciding on a deep underground layer of soil and sand, as well as a mixture of tall fescue Wolfpack, Firenze and Turbo and Kentucky bluegrass seed.”
“Enter the Abbatemaggio sisters: Monica and Barbara, and their patented Sorelle Firenze "Sisters of Florence" Closet.”
“If you decide on Rome, try to wangle a little extra time for Florence/Firenze and surrounding towns (Assisi, Siena, etc.).”
“JK Place ~ www. jkplace.com Florence, Italy ~ Piazza Santa Maria Novella, 7, Firenze CONTACTS: email@example.com +39 055 264 5181 General Manager: Claudio Melli Florence is ...”
“Archivio fotografico della soprintendenza di Firenze 'Cradle' (about 1695) by Orf é vre Hollandais.”
Looking for tweets for Firenze.