Florence

Florence, the capital of Tuscany in Italy was the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance, and is not counting on the powerful Medici family who helped his fame. Politically, economically, and culturally, Florence was the most important city in Europe, and this for about 250 years. In terms of architecture, this city has notably influenced many European countries. Today, its historic relics keep track of its prestigious past. Florence, the city of art Featuring a personality more complex than the city of Florence hides countless beauties. It s' impose wonderfully with its imposing and majestic architecture. It reveals a beauty and delicacy which she alone has the secret. Capital of Tuscany, Florence deploys several cultural, making her one of the most famous cities in terms of cultural tourism. Monuments and historic buildings by spring and others in the city. You can discover the streets marked by different strata of urban life, public or private palaces and churches. Open-air museum, Florence is sure to delight the old stone lovers. As monuments not to be missed include the Florence Cathedral, the Uffizi Palace or Palazzo Florence. Pitti Palace is a historic building that you should visit. The latter houses the royal apartments, a gallery of modern art, the museum silverware and the Palatine Gallery. Also in the field of art, a passage through the gallery of the Academy s' proves must if you want to admire the magnificent David statue made by Michelangelo. History of Florence, cultures and traditionsLe historic center of Florence is traditionally divided into four quarters. Three of them are located on the right bank of the Arno "di qua d'Arno": Santa Maria Novella, San Giovanni and Santa Croce. The only historic district on the left bank is the district of Santo Spirito. Cultural weekend in Florence and Romantic? After all, this city is just as romantic as Rom




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