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5 Best Historical Monuments in Florence

This PDF is all about the 5 Best Historical Monuments in Florence.

5 Best Historical Monuments in Florence

One of the most important historical sites of Florence that are part of the UNESCO
world heritage Site. And these are the most important sites to see in Florence,
Italy. The dome of the cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore is one of the two famous
landmarks in Italy structurally completed and designed by Brunelleschi.

The best historic monuments in Florence to wander around Italy .There are
landmarks are situated within walking distance one from each other. If you are
thinking about which of the Florence buildings is the oldest building in
Florence then you must know that Palazzo Vecchio is not the oldest building but it
is called as “The Old Palace”, but the Torre della Pagliazza situated in Piazza
Elisabetta, is one of the most ancient parts of the Florence city.
List of Historical Monuments in Florence:

1. Palazzo Vecchio

Palazzo Vecchio is also also called as the Palazzo della Signoria, most important
historic government building in Florence. Palazzo Vecchio is the symbol of the city
of Florence, together with Santa Maria del Fiore and Michelangelo's David, and
has always been the seat of the city. PALAZZO VECCHIO is the old castle in
Florence which is the most significant common structure in the city of Florence.

2.Battistero di San Giovanni

Battistero di San Giovanni is situated in Piazza del Duomo and close to the
Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore and the Campanile di Giotto. Battistero di San
Giovanni is believed to be the oldest building of the Piazza del Duomo. Much like
the other buildings on the square, the Baptistery’s façade is coated in white and
green marble.

3.San Miniato al Monte

San Miniato al Monte is the most seasoned church in Florence. The San Miniato
al Monte has been depicted as one of Italy’s best Romanesque structures. San
Miniato al Monte is a basilica in Florence, central Italy, standing atop one of the
highest points in the city.

4. The Cathedral (Duomo)

The present building was designed by Arnolfo di Cambio (1245-1302), one of the
greatest architect/sculptors of his age. This had Gothic engineering and canvassed
in shaded marble. The wonderful Duomo Florence Cathedral with its fascinating
history, curiosities, useful information and other magnificent museums of

5. Church of Santa Croce

This is the biggest holy places administered by the Franciscans and probably the
most elevated portrayal of the Gothic style in Italy. Santa Croce positioned
outside of the city walls (article link) until is one of the more prominent and
recognizable churches in the city of Florence. The exterior of Church is covered
with a polychrome marble façade added in 1863.

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