Comune di Firenze Apps

Infosoc Firenze 1.5
Con questa App è possibile ricevere leinformazioni dalla Sala Operativa del Comune di Firenze, èpossibile ricevere le Allerte Meteo diramate dal Centro Funzionaledella Regione Toscana e varie Allerte specifiche.Sono disponibili le segnalazioni riguardo agli interventi in corsoda parte dell'Ufficio Protezione Civile, e sono descritte le varienorme di comportamente da attuarsi in concomitanza alle varietipologie di rischio.Sono inoltre disponibili le mappe delle varie Aree di Attesa eRicovero della Popolazione.Nella sezione Link Utili sono presenti i vari link alle paginedella Protezione Civile e ai vari sensori sul territorio del Comunedi Firenze.With this App you canreceive information from the Operations Room of the City ofFlorence, you can receive Weather Alerts released by the functionalcenter of the Tuscany Region and various specificationsAlerts.There are reports regarding the ongoing interventions by the Officefor Civil Protection, and describes the various standards ofbehavior very to be implemented in conjunction with the varioustypes of risk.There are also maps of the different areas of Hold andHospitalization of Population.In the section Links are various links to the Civil Protection andthe various sensors in the Municipality of Florence.
Firenze Up 1.1.26
With FirenzeUp! you have the city in yourpocket: all events in the city, to search from those "around you"to those "top rated" by the Florence Tourism Office. Finf info onthe event, with location, duration and description. You can sharean event on Facebook ot Twitter and you can propose your event tothe City of Florence.
Cascine park 1.0.6
Cascine Park is the green lung of Florence, atthe gates of the city centre. It’s the largest public park, with asurface of about 130 hectares along the Arno river. Thanks to itsvegetation, huge meadows, boulevards and paths, the park is theideal place where to practise sports (freely, or taking advantageof the several sporting facilities), or to relax enjoying thenature and the quiet of the area. The park is also a marketlocation (every Tuesday morning), event venue (fairs, concerts,shows) and much more.Le Cascine was once the property of Alessandro and Cosimo I de’Medici (sixteenth century) who purchased the land, using it as ahunting ground and a place to farm and breed cattle. During the18th century, thanks to Pietro Leopoldo, the Habsburg-LorraineGrand Duke of Tuscany, the area was accessible to the public,although only in some occasions (Court Feasts, Ascension day). Inthe same period (1785) the architect Giuseppe Manetti createdimportant buildings such as the “Palazzina Reale” and the“Ghiacciaia-Piramide”. Elisa Baciocchi, sister of Napoleon, GrandDuchess of Tuscany transformed definitely the Cascine in a publicpark (1807-1815), thus giving the city a vast green area. Duringthe second half of the 19th century the architect Giuseppe Poggiplanned a huge square (the present Piazza Vittorio Veneto),originally intended to be the entrance area to the park. The“Scuola di guerra aerea” is the last, most important architecturalrealization; it was created in 1938 by Raffaello Fagnoni.The vegetation of the park is very rich (more than 19.000 trees).You can admire monumental cedar trees (Piazzale Vittorio Veneto),pine trees, plane trees and a spectacular Ginkgo Biloba (piazzaledelle Cascine), holm oaks (Prato del Quercione), white poplars (onthe bank of the Arno river) horse-chestnut and cedar trees(Giardino della Catena). There several birds living in the park:beside the most common (sparrows, swallows, blackbirds, robins,peacocks) you can also find grey herons and egrets.
Firenze The Walking City 1.5
From north to south, from east to west,goingthrough different territories, each with its peculiar historyandcharacteristics. All routes are beautiful, sometimesunusual,scenic, and rich in places of art, faith and culture. Thesearewell known sites but sometimes little known, since they arealsosecluded places, beyond the usual "paths",neverthelessextraordinary and amazing. Each route with differenttypologiesaccording to distance, slope and level ofphysicalrequirements.