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FIRENZA 2005

Discussion forum for expats moving to or living in Italy.

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FIRENZA 2005

Post Posted: Sat Aug 20, 2005 2:26 am

CIAO I'M GOING TO FLORENCE (FIRENZE) IN SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER THIS YEAR AS A ISTITUTO MICHELANGELO STUDENT FROM CROATIA*WOULD APPRECIATE ANY IDEA ABOUT AFFORDABLE AND COSY ACCOMODATION MAX. 600EUR MONTHLY*MMB@NET.HR

 

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Post Posted: Sat Aug 20, 2005 5:02 pm

Hi there,
I would suggest you to contact direct the Istituto Michelangelo.
Language schools always have accomodation possibility.
Here the link to their web page:
www.michelangeloitaly.com/index.htm
or check the 'centro di cultura per stranieri'
www.unifi.it/ccs/
this gives the most information to students that want to stay in Florence.

Good luck and have fun: Florence is a great city!

Milly

 

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