Palazzo Vecchio has been the symbol of the civic power of Florence for over seven centuries. Among the works of art safeguarded in the museum: the Cortile di Michelozzo; Michelangelo’s celebrated Victory in the Salone dei Cinquecento; Donatello’s Judith in the Sala dei Gigli.
Palazzo Vecchio was the headquarter of the Florentine government and it still seats the City Council. Centrepiece is the Salone dei Cinquecento, one of the most prestigious rooms in the whole of Italy.
It is the symbol of the city and, for more than seven centuries, the seat of its government. Palazzo Vecchio bears extraordinary testimonies from all the highlights of Florence's history and art. From the remains of the Roman-era theatre preserved underground, we move on to the sumptuous…
Is the Town Hall of Florence and is situated in Piazza della Signoria. Built in 1299-1302, the facade has remained virtually unchanged since then. It has been home to the government and also to the Medici family. Many of the rooms are open to the public and they are designed by Michelozzo, Giorgio…
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“The Dome and the Baptistery located in the city center and with its high cupola it’s difficult to miss! The Dome is made by Brunelleschi in 1436. The walk up to the Dome takes you though a labyrinth of corridors and spiral staircase allowing you to examine its construction. Its worth climbing all the 500 stairs just to get near to the beautiful ceiling painting and the fantastic view. The Baptistery in front is one of the oldest and most revered buildings in the city. It was built in the 6th or 7th century (no one is sure). The building is famous for its three sets of gilded bronze door made by Andrea Pisano and Lorenzo Ghiberti. ”
“Walking distance from home 15 min. Many copies of this statue exist and 2 of these are in Florence, but the original is absolutely worth to be seen”