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Best known of all Florence's treasures, this glorious bridge was the only one of six spared by the retreating Germans on August 4, 1944. Over the ...
piiazzale degli Uffizi
The Medici family reserved rooms for their prestigious collection during use of the gallery as magistrate's court in the 1700s. Made up of 40 rooms, the gallery contains ...
piazza del Duomo, 17
As the city's skyline symbol, the legendary Duomo is famous above all for its dome: Filippo Brunelleschi's Renaissance masterpiece, completed in 1436, created a double dome shell so that the dome is ...
Renowned for its panoramic views of Florence and the Arno valley, this terrace is a popular spot with locals and tourists. Created as part of major ...
via Ricasoli, 58
The Accademia Gallery is perhaps best-known for Michelangelo's David , removed after four centuries from Piazza Signoria, now exhibited in a specially constructed hall ...
via del Monte alle Croci, 22
San Miniato is one of the most striking examples of Florentine Romanesque architecture, characterized by its bicoloured (white and green) marble façade. The altar, pulpit and ...
piazza dei Pitti, 1
Inside this garden lies the Buontalenti grotto (1583-1593). Decorated with Mannerist-style scenes from Greek and Roman mythology, the grotto includes copies of Michelangelo's famous ...
via della Canonica, 1
Although the Baptistery's precise origins remain unclear, its foundations are known to date back to Roman times. The central doors are stunning ...
The Memorial is a beautiful spot amidst wooded slopes, near the Greve River and approximately 5 miles from the historic center. Green courts with white crosses, on either side ...
piazza di Santa Maria Novella
The Basilica di Santa Maria Novella church was built in 1278 by architects Fra Sisto and Fra Ristoro, who were part of the Dominican order. The work was carried on ...