As the rain began to fall in Florence, the city was already under a blanket of snow.
But then the temperatures dropped and the rain turned to sleet.
With the streets jammed with people, the mayor of Florence, Antonio Brugnaro, decided to call a council meeting.
As he spoke, he noticed a young boy in the crowd who was crying and asking for his mother.
Brugnanaro told him: “You can’t go home.
You can’t have your mother, your father, and your siblings.”
The mayor had a vision of Florence being transformed into a beautiful winter wonderland.
He set about getting it right.
The first step was to get the snow off the streets.
This meant putting snow machines in the streets, putting snow in parks, and making sure that all the roads had snow cover.
Florence is a city of about 15 million people and is considered one of the best places to live in Europe.
Bargnaro had to think about how to get rid of the snow.
He called the city’s police and fire departments and asked them to set up snow clearing stations.
The city also spent more than €300,000 to buy ice machines and ice-cream trucks.
The ice machines were installed and a fleet of four were sent out to the streets of Florence.
The roads were opened up to cars and motorbikes and there was a special section in the city centre dedicated to snow clearing.
Brognaro’s idea was that by the time Florence had reached the peak of its storm season, the whole city would be covered in snow.
The streets of the city would have to be cleaned of the white slush and snow, and the snow would have been put in place by a new system of snow trucks.
But the city didn’t get rid off the snow entirely.
The storm surge would have washed away most of the roads and the streets would have become snow covered again.
Florence was still very wet and there were still ice machines there to clear the roads.
But when the storm was finally over, it was much easier to clear it than to wait for the snow machines to come back.
When the snow was cleared, Brugnaros efforts were not wasted.
In the evenings, the streets were decorated with flowers and decorations, and a fountain was built to honor the people of Florence for their efforts.
Florence’s first mayor Antonio Brognanaro, centre, in his Florence office, in May 1970.
Photo: Stefano Fassa/AP This is how the city has evolved over the past 50 years.
Florence has been transformed by a huge investment of money from all over the world, from the United States, to France, to Germany, to Japan, to the United Kingdom.
The mayor of the Florence town of Baro was elected by the people in the summer of 1978, a year after Brugnas initiative to create a snow-clearing station was first implemented.
The Mayor of Florence is seen at a snow machine station in the town of Florence in 1978.
Photo by Stefano M. Fassai/EPA The city’s population has increased by about 5 million people since the city had reached its peak in the winter of 1978.
Florence also has its own unique brand of culture.
The town’s main street, the Piazza della Salla, has a small mural of Florence’s most famous painter, Giotto.
Another mural shows the city as a lighthouse.
Florence plays host to a wide variety of events and celebrations, including the annual Winter Olympics.
The famous ‘Fellatio’ dance, a celebration of Florence that began in 1978, continues to this day, and Florence also hosts an annual winter festival called the Snow Dance, which is an annual ritual in which residents of Florence gather at their homes to share a dance.
The number of people living in Florence has also increased dramatically.
It has more than doubled to around 100 million people from about 50 million people a century ago.
In terms of wealth, Florence is still considered one the most unequal cities in Europe, despite being home to about 80% of the world’s population.
Florence, Italy, has more people than the U.S. and the U:1.5 million people;1.1 million of them live in Florence.
It also has the second-highest rate of inequality among rich nations after France.
However, the problem is much more complex than it seems, as the research that Brugns group at the University of Bologna has done shows that the city is not only not rich but also not poor.
Florence actually has a very low level of inequality, with a very high proportion of the population living in the bottom half of the distribution.
The research is published in the journal Social Indicators Research.
This means that people in Florence have more money than people in any other European city. Florence