On November 4th 1966, the city of Florence, Italy experienced a horrible flood when the river Arno broke its banks. One of the Google Earth Community members, known as ‘bebop’, sets an example of an excellent forum post by presenting pictures, photos, and reference links describing the event both in his post and with a Google Earth file of the flood which includes many photos tied to the locations of the photos, and a map overlay which shows the extent of the flooding. There are also links to informative web sites with more photos and descriptions of the events. If you read this, you will definitely learn something about this event. And, if you are a kid who happens to have a homework assignment about the flood of Florence, you just got lucky!