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The Antica Gelateria Fiorentina is located in Via Faenza 2 a, pedestrian street that connects the Duomo to the Fortezza da Basso. Born in the late '90s brainchild of Francesco Mita, Antica Gelateria Fiorentina now aspires to become a place where you ca

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Cuisine(s): Italian, Ice Cream Shops
Via Faenza 2a - 50120  Firenze | Phone: 3208485018
Website: http://www.gelateriafiorentina.com | Email: info@gelateriafiorentina.com

The Antica Gelateria Fiorentina is located in Via Faenza 2 a, pedestrian street that connects the Duomo to the Fortezza da Basso. Born in the late '90s brainchild of Francesco Mita, Antica Gelateria Fiorentina now aspires to become a place where you can retrace the history of ice cream, besides being able to savor the real ice cream, increasingly rare in historic center of Florence.

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Unfortunately space will not satisfy the desire to recreate Mita a veritable museum of ice cream, although some commissioned art students of nearby schools Lorenzo De Medici, the reproduction of some historical images related to his activities.

 And 'the case of the famous sequence of the 1827 "Le Bon Genre", preserved in the Library of Decorative Arts (Paris), or "The angels prepare the sorbet to the gods of Olympus", as well as the various depictions of the end of sorbet 800 or the wonderful advertising ice cream always dating the same period.

Francesco Mita works with passion for almost ten years, then decided to tackle a new challenge by purchasing another ice cream history of Florence, Roberto Gelateria, this time in the area of ​​via Mariti. In the winter of 2008, Francesco mita mets Francesco Sini and Domenico Ricci, two friends interested in taking the Antica Gelateria Fiorentina. The two have different experiences in the restaurant, with some variations in training. Mita Francesco teaches you how to create a perfectly good ice cream, for years enjoyed by residents and workers in the San Lorenzo district, before the passing tourists. Born again in a few months the idea of ​​going over the ice cream, promoting short meetings or real courses of approach to his craft productive path.

For the first time, an ice cream shop was in the Condotta Wine, an event dedicated to the promotion and tasting some great wine houses in Condotta Street. "It 's our intention to do our best to our business, improving how you should improve in all aspects of life, growing up. Our dream is to help restore the historic center of Florence, it can return to being experienced by its residents, its workers. A city where people who work there do not feel the desire to escape, completed the usual daily schedule. "

The company Domesco, Francesco Sini and Domenico Ricci, was also created to produce, promote and participate in cultural events and clearly related to tourism food, without necessarily place its logo, but simply to live moments of sharing and participation.

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