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10 Most Famoust Tourist Attractions In Florence

Florence or Firenze is a city in Italy  that famous for its beauty. In this city you can find plenty of tourist attractions ranging from art to architecture. In this city there are many palazzo (palace), piazza (public space), museum, art gallery lifestyle hinga various places of interest. Here are 10 most famous tourist attractions and frequently visited by tourists:

1. Piazza Del Duomo

Located in the heart of the city, this place is the most famous public space in Florence. It is surrounded by Cupola Duomo, the cathedral designed by Brunelleschi large. Piazza Del Duomo marking the center of Florence. Rectangular, Piazza del Duomo includes several important buildings from Milan, like the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II.

2. Galleria degli Uffizi

It is the oldest and largest art museum in Florence. Has 45 rooms with two galleries, Gallery has several major collections that you can see while visiting. The collection are painting of Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo.

3. Palazzo Vecchio

With military force supported the 14th century with a 308 foot high tower, which resembles a fortress palace is worth a visit. Enjoy the fresco paintings on the walls of the days of the Medici family.

4. Galleria dellAccademia

It is a second gallery in Florence is crowded. Saving the best works of Michelangelo and seven collections of Renaissance paintings as a painter Benozzo, Gozzoli, Botticelli, Fillippino Lippi, Perugino, and many others.

5. Piazza Repubblica

One of the public spaces that are popular among tourists because of convenience for enjoying leisure time. While enjoying an espresso and pastry, as if the visitors were taken to the atmosphere of the town where many artists work in the era of the 19th century.

6. Museo Nazionale del Bargello

National Museum was established in the 13th century and save some valuable art collection, one of the first works of Michaelangelo, entitled Bacchus. Other artists' works can also be seen is Ghiberti, Donatello, Brunelleschi, Verrocchio, Cellini and Giambologna.

7. Giardino di Boboli

Located in the hill area near the Palazzo Pitti, this public park area overlooks a typical Italian traditional and original. It says in the park amphitheater is the history of art opera begins.

8. Oltrarno

This area is regarded as the most colorful and beautiful paintings. Located on the south side of the Arno river, this area presents a landscape of rocky trails, antique shops, to restaurants interesting. Many consider the original culture left Florence here.

9. Piazzale Michelangelo

For locals, this area has the best viewpoint to see the whole city. Supported by beautiful panorama sunset Florence, many tourists visit this place. There are many souvenir shops that sell replicas of Michelangelo's sculpture, titled David.

10. Ponte Vecchio

Ponte Vecchio, which means old bridge located at the Mercato Nuevo. You can see parts of Florence's most classic here, reinforced by a bridge architecture from the year 1345. The bridge is now enlivened by the jeweler, until fashion collections.