National Geographic visits unearthed Roman theaters, medieval streets, and secret tunnels, bringing new light to Florence's lesser-known, dark history. Art detective and National Geographic Fellow Maurizio Seracini reveals history using a thermocamera to reveal long-lost architectural layers in some of the city's most famous landmarks.
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This DVD was a fascinating look at the dark side of great art, wealth and power in Florence. The first copy delivered could not be played, so Nat Geo immediately sent another at no charge. Both the product and service were excellent. Bravo!
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