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Tour in Florence

we went to Arezzo,and we came back home
we went to Ponte Vecchio and we sat outside Palazzo Pitti
mini tour in Florence, we stayed in Piazza's Signoria where the equestrian statue is located

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Ponte

Ponte Vecchio in Florence is a historic bridge spanning the Arno River. Dating back to the Middle Ages, it is known for its shops built along the bridge, traditionally occupied by jewelers and goldsmiths. Today, it is a popular tourist attraction and symbol of Florence's rich history and culture.

Santa Maria del

Santa Maria del Fiore, or the Duomo, in Florence is a magnificent Gothic cathedral. Completed in the 15th century, it features a distinctive dome designed by Brunelleschi. Adorned with intricate marble front and adorned with Giotto's bell tower, it's a symbol of Florence's artistic and architectural prowess.

Palazzo Pitti in Florence is a grand Renaissance palace located on the south side of the Arno River. Originally built for the Pitti family in the 15th century, it later became the residence of the powerful Medici family

Palazzo Vecchio in Florence is a Renaissance icon located in Piazza della Signoria. Built in the 14th century, it served as the residence of the Medici family and the seat of government for the city.

Palazzo Vecchio and Palazzo Pitti

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AREZZO

Maintaining many of its Medievalcharacteristics, Arezzo contains beautifulconstructions worth seeing, including theGothic cathedral which dates back to 1286,the Gothic Church of San Francesco fromthe 14th century, the Bruni Palace (15thcentury origin) which is now a museum andgallery, and Vasari's mansion.

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Any fun facts about Florence

The "Canons Palace" built on the south side of Piazza Duomo has a balcony supported by four columns between which two large statues are put. One of these depicts Brunelleschi admiring its dome

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Before the name Firenze, the city was called Florentia and then Fiorenza, a name that seems to be associated with the Latin word for "flower' (Flor), which we can still see in the English name of the city (Flo-rence; Flo-wer).

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This statue of a bronze piglet by Pietro Tacca is a copy of the marble statue that was donated to Cosimo I Medici. Today, you can slip a coin in the piglet's mouth and hope it will fall into the grid underneath, then touch its nose. it will bring you good luck!

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