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    افتراضي الدراسة بإيطاليا

    الدراسة بإيطاليا

    السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته...


    أخواني وخواتي الكرام ..
    من لديه معلومات عن طبيعة المعيشة والسكن للطلبه الجدد بإيطاليا ( فلورنس ) لا يبخل علينا بالنصيحة والمعلومة.


    رأيكم يهمني ..
    لكم تحياتي ....................


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    السلام عليكم ....

    كنت أأمل ان أجد الرد .................................................. ....
    السفر علي الأبواب ياأخواني ..................................................
    الظاهر إني أول تجربة في المنتدي ...............................................



    تحياتي لكم ...............


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    العضوة أميرة دبي

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    سعدت مساءآ أخي مشعل ......
    أستودعكم الله عز وجل.........
    إن شاء الله سفرتي اليوم ........
    وسأمدكم بأخر الأخبار عن الدراسة بإيطاليا وبالأخص مدينة فلورنس
    ولكم جزيل الشكر علي إتاحة الفرصة لي في بوابتكم الغنية
    وشكر خاص لإدارة المنتدي ........
    في أمان الله..........
    تحياتي ...أميرة دبي.


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    توصلين بالسلامة والمعذرة لعدم تمكننا من افادتك.

    في حفظ المولى

    ولو انه متأخرة


    http://florenceitaly.ca/

    http://english.firenze.net/


    ) is the capital city of the Italian region of Tuscany, and of the province of Florence.

    From 1865 to 1870 the city was also the capital of the Kingdom of Italy. Florence lies on the Arno River and has a population of around 500,000 people, plus a suburban population in excess of 200,000 striper persons (about 1,000,000 with the important near city Prato). A centre of medieval European trade and finance, the city is often considered the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance and was long ruled by the Medici family. Florence is also famous for its magnificent art and architecture. The city has been called the Athens of the Middle Ages.

    The "Historic Centre of Florence" was declared a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO in 1982.

    Language

    For more details on this topic, see Tuscan dialect.

    Florentine (fiorentino), spoken by inhabitants of Florence and its environs, is a Tuscan dialect and an immediate parent language to modern Italian. (Many linguists and scholars of Dante, Boccaccio, and Petrarch consider modern Italian to be, in fact, modern Florentine.) Its vocabulary and pronunciation are largely identical to Italian, though the hard c [k], when it is between two vowels (as in ducato) is pronounced as a fricative [h], similar to an English h. This gives Florentines a distinctive and highly recognizable accent (the so-called gorgia toscana). Other traits include using a form of the subjunctive mood last commonly used in medieval times, frequent usage of the modern subjunctive instead of the present, which may be viewed as incorrect in comparison to standard Italian, and a reduced definite article [i] in the pronounce.

    [edit] Transport

    The principal public transport network within the city is run by the ATAF and Li-nea bus company, with tickets available at local tobacconists, bars, and newspaper stalls. Individual tickets or a pass called the Carta Agile with multiple rides (10 or 21) may be used on buses. Once on the bus, tickets must be stamped (or swiped for the Carta Agile) using the machines on board unlike the train tickets which must be validated before boarding. The main bus station is next to Santa Maria Novella train station. Trenitalia runs trains between the railway stations within the city, and to other destinations around Italy and Europe. The central station, Santa Maria Novella Station, is located about 500 metres (1,640 ft) NW of Piazza del Duomo. There is also another important station, Campo Di Marte, but it is not as well-known as Santa Maria Novella; most bundled routes are Firenze-Pisa, Firenze-Viareggio and Firenze-Arezzo (along the main line to Rome). Other local railways connect Florence with Borgo San Lorenzo and Siena.

    Long distance buses are run by the SITA, Copit, CAP and Lazzi companies. The transit companies also accommodate travellers from the Amerigo Vespucci Airport, which is five kilometers (3.1 mi) west of the city center, and which has scheduled services run by major European carriers such as Air France and Lufthansa.

    The centre of the city is closed to through-traffic, although buses, taxis and residents with appropriate permits are allowed in. This area is commonly referred to the ZTL (Zona Traffico Limitato), which is divided into five subsections.[citation needed] Residents of one section, therefore, will only be able to drive in their district and perhaps some surrounding ones. Cars without permits are allowed to enter after seven-thirty at night, or before seven-thirty in the morning. The rules shift somewhat unpredictably during the tourist-filled summers, putting more restrictions on where one can get in and out.

    [edit] Future developments

    Due to the high level of air pollution and traffic in the city, an urban tram network called the TramVia is currently under construction in the City.[4] It will run from Scandicci to the southwest through the western side of the city, cross the river Arno at the Cascine Park and arrive to the main station of Santa Maria Novella. Two other lines are in the final design phase.[citation needed]

    [edit] Art and Culture

    Florence keeps an exceptional artistic heritage which is a marvellous evidence of its aged culture. Cimabue and Giotto, the fathers of Italian painting, lived in Florence as well as Arnolfo and Andrea Pisano, renewers of architecture and sculpture; Brunelleschi, Donatello and Masaccio forefathers of the Renaissance, Ghiberti and the Della Robbias, Filippo Lippi and Angelico; Botticelli, Paolo Uccello and the universal genius of Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo.[5][6]

    Their works, together with those of many other generations of artists up to the artists of our century, are gathered in the several museums of the town: the Uffizi, the most selected gallery in the world, the Palatina gallery with the paintings of the "Golden Ages".[7]

    The Bargello Tower with the sculptures of the Renaissance, the museum of San Marco with Angelico's works, the Academy, the chapels of the Medicis , Buonarroti' s house with the sculptures of Michelangelo, the following museums: Bardini, Horne, Stibbert, Romano, Corsini, The Gallery of Modern Art, The museum of the Opera del Duomo, the museum of Silverware and the museum of Precious Stones.[8]

    Great monuments are the landmarks of Florentine artistic culture: the Baptistry with its mosaics; the Cathedral with its sculptures, the medieval churches with bands of frescoes; public as well as private palaces: Palazzo Vecchio, Palazzo Pitti, Palazzo Medici Riccardi, Palazzo Davanzati; monasteries, cloisters, refectories; the "Certosa". In the archeological museum includes documents of Etruscan civilization.[9]

    In fact the city is so rich in art that some first time visitors experience the Stendhal syndrome as they encounter its art for the first time.[10]

    [edit] Religious manifestations

    There are a lot of religious manifestations in Florence. The most important is in honour of San Giovanni. Others manifestations are the Festa di San Anna. Not only Florence has important religion manifestations. There are a lot of towns near the city with other religios manifestations. For example, in Signa, a town near the city, there is the Festa della Beata Giovanna.

    [edit] Economy and industry

    Tourism is the most significant industry within the centre of Florence. On any given day between April and October, the local population is greatly outnumbered by tourists from all over the world.[citation needed] The Uffizi and Accademia museums are regularly sold out of tickets, and large groups regularly fill the basilicas of Santa Croce and Santa Maria Novella, both of which charge for entry.

    Florence being historically the first home of Italian fashion (the 1951-1953 soirées held by Giovanni Battista Giorgini are generally regarded as the birth of the italian school[11] as opposed to french haute couture) is also home to the legendary Italian fashion establishment Salvatore Ferragamo, notable as one of the oldest and most famous Italian fashion houses. Many others, most of them now located in Milan, were founded in Florence. Gucci, Prada, Roberto Cavalli, and Chanel have large offices and stores in Florence or its outskirts.

    Certain textile industries employing largely immigrant populations can be found to the north and north-west of the city, continuing its long tradition as a centre of fine fabrics.[citation needed]

    Food and wine have long been an important staple of the economy. Florence is the most important city in Tuscany, one of the great wine-growing regions in the world. The Chianti region is just south of the city, and its Sangiovese grapes figure prominently not only in its Chianti Classico wines but also in many of the more recently developed Supertuscan blends. Within twenty miles (32 km) to the west is the Carmignano area, also home to flavorful sangiovese-based reds. The celebrated Chianti Rufina district, geographically and historically separated from the main Chianti region, is also few miles west of Florence. More recently, the Bolgheri region (about 100 miles/200 kilometres southwest of Florence) has become celebrated for its Supertuscan reds like Sassicaia.[citation needed]

    [edit] Cuisine
    Crostini toscani served at an osteria in Florence.
    Crostini toscani served at an osteria in Florence.

    Florentine food grows out of a tradition of peasant eating rather than rarefied high cooking. The vast majority of dishes are based on meat. The whole animal was traditionally eaten; various kinds of tripe, (trippa) and (lampredotto) were once regularly on the menu and still are sold at the remaining food carts stationed throughout the city. Antipasti include crostini toscani, sliced bread rounds topped with a chicken liver-based pâté, and sliced meats (mainly prosciutto and salami, often served with melon when in season). The typically saltless Tuscan bread, obtained with natural levain frequently features in Florentine courses, especially in its famous soups, ribollita and pappa al pomodoro, or in the salad of bread and fresh vegetables called panzanella that is served in summer. The most famous main course is the bistecca alla fiorentina, a large (the customary size should weigh around 600 grams) T-bone steak of Chianina beef cooked over hot charcoal and served very rare with its more recently derived version, the tagliata, sliced rare beef served on a bed of arugula, often with slices of Parmesan cheese on top. Most of these courses are generally served with local olive oil, also a prime product enjoying a worldwide reputation[12]


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    ممممممم الصراحه خوش دوله بما اني ماججيتها بس انشالله الجايات اكثررر


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    السلام عليكم
    هل لديكم اي معلومات عن الدراسة في ايطاليا
    واتمنى من الاخت اميرة دبي ان تفيدنا عن الدراسة في ايطاليا
    والرسوم الدراسية والمعيشة
    انتظر ردكم


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    ياليت احديفيدني بجامعة فيهاطب اسنان ابي ادرس بكالوريوس ولويكون عنده معلومات عن الدراسة فيها هل هي باللغة الانجليزيخ ولاباللغة الايطالية؟


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    اريد قبول من احد الجامعات الايطالية ماجستير ادارة اعمال
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    أميرة دبي

    أتمنى ان تكوني قد وصلتي بالف سلامة

    وتواجدك معنا هوا مكسب للجميع

    جل تقديري

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