How is he hobby in Italy?

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Here is a random question. I'm thinking of moving to Florence Italy towards the end of the year.
One factor in deciding this is if I can find a decent reef scene around.
Here in Germany I have various good LFS and a lot of first class online sources.
But itln Italy I just don't know (yet).

How is the scene here? Fragging and availability of good and well managed resources?

Theoretically, how long or far life could coral be shipped safely? Shipping time de-it shouldn't be more than two or three days.
 

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Finding a few online dealers would set my mind at ease. But I don't seem to have the right search words in Italian.
I keep finding public aquaria and pearl neckless stores.
 
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Got some great replies.

Online shops are londanomala, coralsproject, reefjoker, reeflab, etc. But you can even order from whitecorals as well they deliver in Italy in one day especially in main city like Florence or Pisa.
And he mentioned a really beautiful local fish store. SEABOX AQUARIUM https://goo.gl/maps/HdhPYL4BhW12
 

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