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  • Every evening, after we dined, Godfrey and I strolled along the River Arno.

    The House at Riverton

  • Every evening, after we dined, Godfrey and I strolled along the River Arno.

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  • The Ponte Vecchio (Old Bridge) across the River Arno in Florence, Italy, dates back to Roman times, but the current bridge (so to speak) dates back to 1345 (by Taddeo Gaddi), with the long upper gallery added by the great Renaissance architect Giorgio Vasari in 1564.

    The Beauty of Bridges

  • Candles will be floated down the River Arno, and tenor Andrea Bocelli will give an open-air concert.

    Righting One Wrong Tower

  • Leaning her elbows on the parapet, she contemplated the River Arno, whose roar was suggesting some unexpected melody to her ears.

    A Room with a View

  • To one of her upbringing, and of her destination, the weakness of men was a truth unfamiliar, but she had surmised it at Florence, when George threw her photographs into the River Arno.

    A Room with a View

  • On -- on he went toward the River Arno; and in a few minutes was out of sight.

    Wagner, the Wehr-Wolf

  • Florence is a very pretty place, with the blue and beautiful River Arno running through the middle of it, and ancient stone bridges leading across the river from side to side.

    Rollo in Naples

  • It has long been thought that the Mona Lisa's smoky backgrounds - plural because the setting behind the sitter's right doesn't align with the one on the left - were either imaginary or renderings of two milieus in Tuscany: Lake Chiana (to the sitter's right) and a bridge over the River Arno at Arezzo (to the left).

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  • Afterwards, we hiked across the River Arno to the Palazzo Michelangelo, which as some beautiful views of TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at


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