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One of the most elegant gardens in Italy is found in the heart of Florence.
A nondescript building in the San Frediano district of Florence houses one of the city's most illustrious workshops.
The freestanding Giotto’s bell tower, also called Torre Campanaria di Santa Maria del Fiore, is located in Piazza del Duomo – Firenze.
That fanciful palace on the banks of the Arno with its roofline studded with statues is one of the rare Baroque buildings in the Renaissance city of Florence.
The Pitti Palace is grand in every sense - the largest palazzo, the largest museum complex, and the largest park in Florence.
Palazzo Vecchio is the symbol of Florence, its town hall, that is a monument to history, with Roman ruins, Medieval fortress, Renaissance splendor and enduring civic power all under one roof.
One of Florence's oldest monuments is the charming octagonal Baptistery of St John.
While the Boboli Gardens are famous and draw international crowds, its next-door neighbor offers romantic pathways, rare species and fabulous views of Florence with relative solitude.
The basilica of Santa Croce is one of Florence's most famous churches and the destination of millions of visitors annually.
The elegant loggia at the corner of Piazza Signoria where it runs into the Uffizi is an open-air art gallery.
The splendid Palazzo Pitti and Boboli Gardens are popular places in Florence, but overlooked is the addition to the south called Palazzina della Meridiana.
Palazzo Rucellai is one of the first examples of Renaissance architecture in Florence.
The monumental square, Piazza della Signoria, is the central focal point of Florence.
It's not called "the old bridge" for nothing!
This stunning monument was founded in the XIII century and enlarged in 1437, when the Dominican monks moved there from Fiesole, coming at Cosimo il Vecchio's invitation, who called Michelozzo (his favourite architect) to finish the works, in 1444.
This incredible work of art and humanity got the name from the biblical episode of "the slaughter of the innocents", and was instituted just to welcome abandoned children.
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