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As the capital city of Tuscany, Florence is a world famous fashion, higher education and patrimony center. It is known to be the cradle of the Renaissance, art and architecture.

Being a national industrial and economic hub, Florence attracts expatriates, particularly international students and retirees, in large numbers every year. By moving here, you will enjoy many opportunities along with quality living.

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