Florence

Florence's Oldest Bridge: Ponte Vecchio

The oldest bridge in Florence , Ponte Vecchio, is also called the “ Old Bridge te – one of the city’s most aesthetic and interesting buildings. The three-arched stone bridge, whose reputation has crossed the borders of the country, has witnessed the city’s most glorious and tragic events for centuries. …

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Florence's Open-Air Museum: Signoria Square

All the cities of Italy are full of elements of Renaissance art, but I think everybody agrees that Florence is the richest among them. The Signoria Square , which resembles an open-air museum, is one of the richest artifacts of Florence. When planning a trip to this city, you have …

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Piazza del Duomo

Piazza del Duomo is Florence ‘s largest and most famous square. This square is located in the north of the historical city square. The most famous building on the square is the Duomo Cathedral , one of the symbols of the city. Reflecting the medieval atmosphere, this area is a …

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Florence Cathedral (Duomo)

Florence Cathedral is Florence ‘s most famous and largest cathedral. This building, which is one of the symbols of the city, was built in a gothic style and on top of the Church of Santa Reparata . The ruins of this old church can still be seen when the church …

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The bell tower of Giotto Kuls

Giotto’s Bell Tower is a bell tower in Florence’s Duomo Square. 414 steps to the tower and the panoramic views of the city can be viewed here. Giotto, part of Florence’s most famous cathedral, the Duomo, was designed by Giotto and designed by Andrea Pisano and Andrea Talenti. This tower, …

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Baptistery of St. Giovanni

The Baptistery of Saint Giovanni is a historic building in the center of Florence . Built by Andrea Pisano and Lorenzo Ghiberti, this building is famous for its bronze gates and its interior design has been used in the 13th-century Medieval mosaics. This baptistery in the is also one of …

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Basilica of Santa Croce

Santa Croce Florence Basilica of Santa Croce is one of the famous and important basilicas in Florence . , is located in the 13th century by Arnolfo di Cambio and is located in the monumental tomb of many important people like Galileo, Michelangelo, Dante, Machiavelli. Cambio is the person who …

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Basilica of Santa Maria Novella

Basilica of Santa Maria Novella is one of the famous basilicas in Florence . The outer part of the basilica built by the Dominicans in the 13th century was renovated in the 15th century. During the renovation work, the section of the columns was extended and the altar part was …

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Palace of Vecchio (Palazzo Vecchio)

Palazzo Vecchio, 14th century Florence ‘is a palace built. Designed by Arnolfo de Cambio, this structure owes its present appearance to the renovation work it had undergone in the 16th century. Five Faces Hall Salon on the ground floor of this palace, which is one of the important structures of …

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Basilica of San Lorenzo

The Basilica of San Lorenzo is one of the most famous basilicas in Florence . The architectural plan of this structure, which is a sine qua non of Among the works and places that can be seen in the church are the bronze lectern, the room where Donatello’s belongings are …

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