I have to thank my friend & colleague Marco Salmoiraghi who found some shots I did in a rather rarely-accessible place in Firenze that I meant to edit and post somewhere but haven’t yet gotten round to.
He asked me to let him post the unedited (except for one) photos on his own blog - and you should go visit him since what he puts up there is all about beautiful sights of Firenze and environs.
Two words about these photos then:
the Scuola di guerra aerea (sorry, the linked Wiki is in Italian only!) is a rather fascinating and magnificent military school of air war situated inside the Cascine Park of Florence, built in perfect, astounding, gorgeous rationalist style between 1937 and 1938 by the architect Raffaello Fagnoni.
I was able to visit this military school thanks to a special opening day on a Sunday morning a while ago; the photos I have taken during this lucky occasion are of the most casual type - I was too overwhelmed by marveling at the sight of everything there to be able and coordinate my mind to take any proper photo, but you can admire a few details of both insides and outsides.