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Top Most Famous Buildings in Florence

This PDF is all about the famous landmarks and buildings in Florence, Italy

Top Most Famous buildings of Florence

One of the most wonderful urban areas in Tuscany is Florence .Florence city is
mostly famous for its unique architecture throughout the world and this city is
something as a living museum which is filled with majestic buildings, medieval
palaces and impressive monuments but there’s nothing dusty or old fashioned
about the picturesque of Florence.

And this capital of Tuscany is one of the most wonderful urban areas of Tuscany.
Best time to visit and explore the eye conic Landmarks of Florence is in March and
June or September to October months, when the atmosphere is little warm and
the days are very long and it is ideal for your movement.
Here in this, we discuss about the most famous buildings or Landmarks of

1.Florence Cathedral: This is begun in 1296 in the Gothic style design by Arnalfo
di cambio and was structurally completed by 1436, with the dome designed
by Filippo. This is the biggest chapel on the planet and its vault is additionally the
biggest on the planet.

2.Piazza del Duomo : This is the the city’s most iconic and famous landmarks. And
it is one of the biggest churches in the world. This contains the best of Gothic-
Renaissance architecture and It is designed by architect Arnolfo di Cambio at the
end of the 13th century.
3.Ponte Vecchio: Ponte Vecchio is most famous Building in Florence which was
not demolished during World War II and its only portions of the building are open
for the public or visitors. And inside this you’ll find courtyards, salons, artworks
and stunning chambers.

4.Palazzo Pitti :T he Palazzo Pitti in English sometimes called the Pitti Palace, is a
vast, mainly Renaissance, palace in Florence, Italy. This is the greatest gallery in
Florence, which houses various displays, the beautiful Boboli Gardens, and the
amazing and stunning outfit of Eleanor di Toledo

5.Giotto Tower: Giotto Tower was worked in 1334 by architect “Giotto” and
finished in 1359 by Francesco Talenti. Here you can climb the staircase and
appreciate the tremendous view from the 85-meter tall Giotto campanile tower.

6.Rogers Hall : This structure was considered by the Historic American
Buildings Survey from 1934–35.And It was recorded on the National Register of
Historic Places on June 13, 1974.It is a three-story antebellum house at 500 Court
Street in .Florence , Alabama.

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