Over 100 new, previously unpublished photos of the Florence flood of 1966 were exhibited in the official photographic exhibition for the 50th anniversary, which, from September 10 to 22, made a stop in the cloister of the Biblioteca Comunale Thouar in piazza Torquato Tasso 6. The exhibition, curated by journalists Franco Mariani and Mattia Lattanzi, features over 800 photos, of which 400 are previously unpublished. Some are by Sergio Cipriani, who documented the flood in the area from piazza Puccini to Porta a Prato, and by Todaro Enrico, revealing the underground areas at the Basilicas of San Lorenzo and Santa Croce.
Among the new photos you’ll also see 16 shots by Pulman, the historic photographer from Scandicci. Last year in April, his store definitively closed—on that November 4, he took a range of photos of Florence submerged in waters.