Rating: 7.1 Good
Popularity:24
Difficulty:Medium
Year:2000
Players: 2-5 players
Playing time: 75-100 minutes
Age:12+

Created by: Wolfgang Kramer, Richard Ulrich, Jens Christopher Ulrich, Arnaud Demaegd, Eckhard Freytag, Wolfgang Kramer, Richard Ulrich, Franz Vohwinkel

Published by: alea, Ravensburger Spieleverlag GmbH, Excalibur (Board Game)

Alternate Names: Die Fürsten von Florenz, Książęta Florencji, Les Princes de Florence, Príncipes de Florencia, Principi di Firenze

Description:

Players attract artists and scholars trying to become the most prestigious family in Florence. Each player is given a palace grid and reference chart and attempts to gain the most victory points after seven rounds.

Scoring victory points can be done in a variety of ways although most will be earned by playing profession cards to generate work points. There are a variety of professions such as astronomers, organists and architects. Each is attracted to a particular combination of building, landscape feature, and social freedom.

The more the player can match these preferences then the more work points are generated. If a player satisfies the minimum requirement of work points, which increases each round, then the work can be created and the player can then trade the work points for cash and/or victory points.

Prices:
Retail Price:$31
Amazon:$17
Ebay:$39
Expansions:
The Princes of Florence: The Muse and the Princess
Treasure Chest
Awards:
Ludoteca Ideale Official Selection 2008
As d'Or - Jeu de l'Année Prix Spécial du Jury Winner 2008
As d'Or - Jeu de l'Année Nominee 2008
Tric Trac Nominee 2007
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