Who says culture , unequivocally says Florence. And of reasons to visit the "Cradle of the Renaissance" for the feast of All Saints' Holiday there are really many , such as those listed below. 2013 is the year the Hungarian and the Italian city of Florence, always attentive to the important cultural celebrations with an international voice, organized for the occasion, the exhibition "Matthias Corvinus and Florence. Art and Humanism in the court of the king of Hungary", the Museum of San Marco until 6 January 2014. The exhibition presents the theme of the special relationship that the king Matthias Corvinus developed with Florence, its artists and the large group of intellectuals and writers whose center of gravity was the court of Lorenzo "The Magnificent" The idea of this exhibition is the result of joint Florentine and Hungarian scholars and also the choice of the San Marco Museum as the site responds to the important role played by the public library Dominican before and during the Renaissance for the development of the humanities. The beautiful Palazzo Strozzi reached a whole new life thanks to the skillful direction of John Bradburne, presents the exhibition "Territories Unstable. Boundaries and Identity in Contemporary Art", on display until 19 January 2014. The space reserved for the exhibition is that of the new Centre for Contemporary Art Strozzina. The exhibition presents works by 10 international artists whose work deals with the theme of rethinking the idea of territory in the contemporary age, more or less in accord with the idea of nation border. Also at Palazzo Strozzi will stage the exhibition "Russian Avant-garde, Siberia and the Far East. Kandinsky, Malevich, Filonov, Goncharova", until 19 January 2014. An exhibition that presents a selection of works of the Russian never before seen in Italy in a path composed 130 works, divided into 11 sections, in which is contained the complex relationship between art and the Russian Far East.