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The discovery of Jupiter!
Today we present a unique property of its kind.
A building that gave birth to what would be the history of Italian astronomy.
It is here that Galileo Galilei in the early 1600s put the first stand of his telescope to discover what we today call "Planet Jupiter"
We are located in the heart of Florence in one of the most prestigious areas of the city.
Surrounded by Forte Belvedere and the Basilica of San Miniato al Monte.
At the foot of Piazzale Michelangelo where the whole world has stopped to admire the beauty of the city by taking a picture.
The house is located in Costa San Giorgio, where the family of Galileo bought real estate.
The first thing that strikes you is the fact of finding on the façade a marble plaque dedicated to Galileo himself, which bears witness to the fact that his observatory where he developed his scientific innovations was 400 years ago.
We enter the whole and we are immediately enveloped by a feeling that makes us feel inside a history book.
We pass a small entrance that leads us to a large living room with large windows overlooking the street.
These large windows can be reached by steps of the period.
From the living room we access a kitchen with access to the private and historic garden that allows a privacy difficult to find in a historic center.
Also from the living room we access two double bedrooms with original beamed ceilings. The house also benefits from two bathrooms.
For a moment we stop to think that in the rooms we are going through, Galieo Galielo has made history and almost seems to feel it wandering around with us.
On the other side of the living room there are stairs that lead to the upper floor where there is another large bedroom with bathroom.
We'll go back downstairs, realizing that being able to live in this apartment would be like being a relative of one of the greatest scientists of all time.
Do not miss this opportunity to feel part of the story.
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