Florence considers itself to be the birthplace of European culture. This was where the Renaissance originated, ultimately influencing the entire cultural and spiritual life of Europe.The remnants of this past are everywhere—in the large number of Renaissance palazzi, the Ponte Vecchio, the Uffizi galleries, to mention but a few. The liveliness of present-day Florence is evident in the street cafés and bars, the markets and the uninhibited temperament of the inhabitants, who are undisturbed by the streams of tourists flowing through their city.
The school, the oldest state-recognized school of foreign languages in Florence, can be found in a Renaissance palace dating from the 16th century and is located in the middle of the old town centre near the Ponte Vecchio. The historic school building has eleven classrooms, a multimedia learning centre, with a wireless internet connection, a lecture room and a student lounge and is in a charming part of the city.
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