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Florence Firenze is one of the most beautiful cities in Italy and it is well worth visiting for all the history, culture and great food. Florence Firenze, a Renaissance city in the heart of Tuscany, has some of the best museums in Italy, beautiful cathedrals and churches, and interesting streets and squares with elegant buildings and shops. Most of the main attractions in Florence Firenze lies in the old historical centre.
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The Basillica di Santa Maria del Fiore is a beautiful church located in the old city centre, in Florence Firenze. The dome of the church was designed by Brunelleschi and is one of the most visited pieces of Italian architecture. The Gothic interior and gives an empty impression. The relative bareness of the church corresponds with the austerity of religious life. The church is particularly known for the 44 stained glass windows, the largest undertaking of its kind.
The National Museum of the Bargello is located in the heart of Florence Firenze, near the Piazza della Signoria and houses some of the most impressive sculptures from leading artists of the Rinascimento era. There are works from Michelangelo, Donatello, Ammannati, Bandinelli and many others that grace the interior of this beautiful museum.
The Accademia is home to Michelangelo's most famous sculpture, David. This is also one of the most popular tourist spots in Florence Firenz, that is home to some of the most impressive art collections in Italy.
San Lorenzo is the place in Florence Firenze, where tourists can see nine sculptures of Michelangelo. With a façade that was never fully completed, the church has a deceiving quality if viewed from the outside. But once tourists are inside, they are able to enjoy Renaissance at its fullest.
Ponte Santa Trinita is a beautiful bridge, located in Florence Firenze, near the church Santa Trinita. It is one of the oldest elliptic arch bridge in the world and was designed and constructed by famed Florentine, Bartolomeo Ammannati. The original bridge was destroyed during the Second World War, but was rebuilt with stones coming from the original construction.