18. At The Galleria degli Uffizi (Upper Intermediate)

LearnItalianPod Learn Italian with LearnItalianPod. Episode #18 of the “Upper-Intermediate Level Series” is entitled “At The Galleria degli Uffizi” – Let’s follow Lucia and her colleague Tina, who is an architect from New York in Italy for business, as they visit the “Galleria degli Uffizi” in Florence, one of the most famous museums of paintings and sculpture in the world. We will review and practice almost everything you need to say when visiting an Italian museum – and we’re pretty sure that if you ever travel to Italy, you will definitely find this lesson super useful. Enjoy!

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Upper Intermediate – Episode Nr.18

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3 thoughts on “18. At The Galleria degli Uffizi (Upper Intermediate)”

  1.  Jane and Massimo, this is just too favoloso! Next week I’m going on an art tour with the Boston Museum of Fine Arts to Milan, Verona and Venice!!! And FYI, if anyone is in the New England area, the exhibit at the MFA, “Titian, Tintoretto, Veronese: Rivals in Renaissance Venice” is amazing.
    On the trip we’re not only covering the Rinascimento, we’re also attending the Venice Biennale, the longest running international contemporary art exhibition—maybe a good “Culture Shot” episode??
    Thanks for the special art vocab audio and PDF!

  2. Hello, can you tell me why it is ‘si possono fare fotografie?’
    And not
    ‘Ci possiamo fare fotografie?’
    Tku.
    Angela
    An ex subscriber that still studies your podcasts.

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