Pinocchio in Florence and ....

Pinocchio Advices  

Visit the sights in Florence where Carlo Lorenzini, the author of Pinocchio (also known by the pseudonym Collodi) was born and lived:

Via Taddea, 21
where he was born November 24, 1826.

Via Rondinelli, 7
where he lived until his death on October 26, 1890.

Cemetery of the Holy Doors,  Church San Miniato
where it is buried in the Chapel of Lorenzini.

National Central Library of Florence
Piazza Cavalleggeri, 1

which houses valuable documents of Carlo Lorenzini and the autograph manuscript of the final two chapters of The Adventures of Pinocchio.

Cor Museum Pinoculus
Via del Giglio, 15

where is visible part of the exclusive collection of the Cultural Association Pinocchio by Carlo Lorenzini.


Pinocchio Improves

"Pinocchio is the most popular example of a cultural, educational, social, economic, urban, and integration model to export to the world, also by the national and international diffusion of the works by the Florentine author, Carlo Lorenzini, and the extraordinary Italian manufacturing excellence.”

Monica Baldi President


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