Florence, Italy

The narrow streets of the city, the lush river Arno and the hills, and the walls of numerous museums and churches to discover the treasures in store for visitors. One of Europe’s most exciting and beautiful cities, if we spend too much time, works of art, historical monuments, only a fraction of the screen. Florence’s name entwined with art: the whole city into a huge living work of art.
Old Bridge / Ponte Vecchio

It was built in 1345, the Ponte Vecchio, one of the world’s most famous works bridge Considered the oldest bridge in Florence. This indicates the remaining medieval workshops, which are initially butchers, tanner and blacksmith, and then these are less noisy and smelly goldsmiths used.

The bridge was built in the so-called pages. “swallow’nest ‘the goldsmiths and silversmiths working today. Will remind you of the bridge which was erected in the middle of 1901, Benvenuto Cellin statue, 16 century, the most famous Florentine goldsmith.
Adorno on the Old Bridge spans the river at its narrowest part. Name not only refers to buildings remained in the Middle Ages, but also that this place has existed at the time of the Etruscans folyóátkelő and then led through one of the most important dealer trip Rome, the Via Cassia. The other blew up a bridge in Florence, contrary to the old bridge remained intact II. World War II. The bridge wa

s severely damaged later in 1966 – during a flood, but I managed to undo in a year.

The bridge is more interesting to run it through the Vasari Corridor (Corridoio Vasariano). This is an increase in private promenade that in 1565 I Cosimo built by Giorgio Vasari in order to avoid the streets in mass to mingle. The corridor connects the Palazzo Pittie Uffizin through the Palazzo Vecchio.
Once you walk through the bridge is worth close to the quay or the Ponte Santa Trinité’s side can admire the sunset. In particular will enjoy beautiful scenery!
Another major bridge in Florence, the Ponte Santa Trinità, Trinity, or bridge, which is one of the most beautiful bridges in Italy. Originally, the XIII. century, but the Germans II. World War II exploded.
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The largest church in Florence, Italy Duomo

Florence, the cradle of Renaissance cultural, artistic and architectural masterpieces enchanted by the tourists. Well it quite unique Tuscan atmosphere. The Renaissance and neoclassical architecture, the inventor of two Florentines, by Filippo Brunelleschi and Leon Batis’ are Albertin, and London, Paris, Rome, Florence, thus building a number of samples drawn. A walking tour should take to the Tuscan capital, it offers a nice proximity to the beautiful sights. First, the must-see museums.
The city of the Medicis lived during the golden age and this time stayed above the city most famous buildings, churches. Yet even daring to think that walking these streets Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Giotto, Ghiberti, but Dante and the Italian kings Galilleo Galillei bulk.

Most of the attractions of the city’s medieval town walls, is located within an area bounded by. The Cathedral Square is in the Middle Ages the city was the center of religious nature. Here you will find the Chapel of St. John the Baptist (Battistero San Giovanni Battistero or) octagonal domed building whose outer walls are decorated with different colored marble. The chapel was originally the cathedral of Florence.

Romanian real taste of the Tuscan masterpiece. If something, and Ghiberti made sublime bronzkapuiról Pisani, Michelangelo are saying that deserve to be the gates of heaven, everyone has heard of.

Also in the Cathedral square in the sights of Florence Cathedral, consecrated in 1436 (Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore, the Cathedral of Mary Lily’s report), which owes its sumptuous master Brunelleschi’s dome. If a less austere interior also attracts tourists with beautiful paintings and tomb is definitely worth a visit.