The audio guide of cultural heritage

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Cities with inQuadro.

We started with Florence, our city. It was really important and very satisfying to be able to test our APP in our museums and unique places. The list is constantly updated, come back soon to find out about the new cities that will be added !!

Museums and artworks

Here is the list of the most popular museums / places available on inQuadro. You will be able to listen to audio guides both in museums but also in places such as squares or historical monuments where inQuadro will be your personal and free guide available on your mobile phone without the need to install any application.


Loggia dei Lanzi

13 artworks

To the right of Palazzo Vecchio is the Loggia dei Lanzi, built in the 14th century as a place to host public ceremonies and assemblies. The term Lanzi comes from Lanzichenecchi, the German soldiers who worked in the retinue of the Medici. There are many statues under the loggia, including Benvenuto Cellini's bronze masterpiece depicting Perseus with the head of Medusa.


Sculptures of the external tabernacles of the Church of Orsanmichele

14 artworks

The church of Orsanmichele, also known in ancient times as the church of San Michele in Orto, is located in Florence and was a loggia originally built for the grain market, later transformed into the church of the Arts, the ancient Florentine guilds. The church occupies only the ground floor, while the first floor was the actual grain store and the second floor was probably used by the Florentine guilds. In the meantime, since 1339, the Silk Guild had asked the Municipality for permission to make a series of tabernacles with statues of the patron saints of the Guilds, which was only granted in 1404, although some Guilds had already had some statues made. It was then established which Arts had the privilege of one of the fourteen tabernacles, which had to be decorated within ten years or they would lose the right to another Art. In reality, the timeframe was often longer. The result was an extraordinary cycle of sculpture by the greatest Florentine artists, especially those of the 15th century (Nanni di Banco, Donatello, Brunelleschi, Verrocchio, Ghiberti and others), who composed an extraordinary compendium of the transition from late Gothic to fully Renaissance forms.


Piazza della Signoria

7 artworks

The history of the square dates back to the time when the Guelphs finally took power in the city and decided to raze the houses of the Ghibellines to the ground. This "demolition" gave rise to the particular L shape of the square. In the middle stands the statue of Neptune, by Niccolò Ammannati, ironically called Biancone by the Florentines. Next to the statue there is a plaque in memory of Girolamo Savonarola, the Dominican friar who led the city after the death of Lorenzo il Magnifico and promoted a new form of popular government; he was burned as a heretic together with two of his disciples on 23rd May 1498 because of the great upheaval he caused in the circles of the powerful.


Archaeological Museum

58 artworks

The Museo Archeologico Comprensoriale in Dicomano collects archaeological and historical evidence from the entire Mugello, Alto Mugello and Val di Sieve area, with artifacts and results from excavations at the Etruscan sites of San Martino a Frascole in Dicomano, Poggio Colla in Vicchio and "I Monti" in San Piero a Sieve.


Museum of Cycling Gino Bartali

72 artworks

The museum displays the most significant objects of the Champion's long Career, from 1931 to 1954: bicycles, jerseys, cups, medals, trophies, photos, documents, books, magazines, publications, paintings and interviews.


Florence Historic Center

54 artworks

The historic center of Florence coincides with the area within the line of the walls built in the 14th century, when the city began to develop the economic and commercial power that, in later centuries, reached its zenith. This area of the city is home to the most important monuments and museums. The core of the historic center is Brunelleschi's Dome; this is flanked in Piazza del Duomo by the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, Giotto's bell tower and the Baptistery.

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