Florentine day today for the President of the Republic Sergio Mattarella.
The Head of State took part this morning, at the Maggio theatre, in the inauguration of the academic year of the University of Florence, which turns 100 years old. Also this morning he visited the Specola, one of the oldest scientific museums in Europe, which belongs to the University and which will reopen on 21 February after a long redevelopment project.
In the afternoon he attended the naming ceremony of the San Donato park after Piero Luigi Vigna, the former national anti-mafia prosecutor who passed away in 2012 and then took part, at the Cenacle of Santa Croce, in the inauguration of the Foundation named after Piero Bargellini, the mayor of the Florence flood.
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