A painting that Gino and Adriana had done on their honeymoon in the Italian Riviera.
An autographed card given to Giorgio Goldenberg by Gino Bartali during one of his wartime visits to Fiesole.
The Santa Marta Boardinghouse in Settignano where Giorgio Goldenberg lived for a period of the German occupation.
The main courtyard at the San Damiano monastery where Father Niccacci was Father Superior.
The Convent of San Quirico where a number of Jews were hidden during WWII including several members of the counterfeit doucument network of which Bartali was a member.
The exterior of the luxury apartment building that was converted into a treacherous makeshift prison and used by the Fascist brigand, Major Mario Carità during World War II.
Commemorative plaque outside the Terontola train station, which reads “Here Gino Bartali, great cycling champion, stopped many times during his Florence-Assisi training trips, in the years 1943-1944, to help the victims of racist and ideological persecution during the Second World War. Gold Medal for Civil Merit from the President of the Italian Republic.”
The printing press in the Brizis’ stationery shop in Assisi used to make counterfeit identity documents for Jews and others during World War II.
Gino Bartali’s 1948 Tour de France “maillot jaune” or his yellow victor’s jersey.
For much of his career as a cyclist, Gino Bartali captained the cycling team sponsored by Legnano, a popular bicycle manufacturer in Italy.
Giulio Andreotti, secretary to prime minister Alcide De Gasperi, Christian Democrat deputy and future prime Minister of Italy, presents Gino Bartali and his teammates with a gift during the 1948 Tour de France celebrations.
Memorial Medallion of Gino Bartali in the Church of the Cyclists.
Madonna del Ghisallo, “the Church of the Cyclists”, in Magreglio stands near Lake Como and is frequently on the route of the Giro D’Italia. The busts of Gino Bartali and Fausto Coppi stand out front.
The Ponte a Ema cemetery where Gino Bartali played as a boy and where he is buried alongside his family members.
A painting of Gino Bartali on display in the home of Giovanni Corrieri, Bartali’s supporting rider.
The “Garden of the Just” in Florence created in 2006 to honor those who helped Jews in Italy during World War II.
The first tree in Florence’s “Garden of the Just” was planted to honor the courageous work of Gino Bartali.