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Michelangelo's David

The statue was first intended to be displayed in the Cathedral, but was then felt to be of so great merit as to deserve a more important position...


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Brunelleschi's Dome

The building of the dome on Florence cathedral, by Filippo Brunelleschi, can be considered one of the Renaissance's main building enterprises...


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Piazza della Signoria

Built around the end of the thirteenth century as a symmetrical contrast to the city's religious centre, Piazza della Signoria was enlarged through...


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Uffizi Gallery

The collection of works in the Uffizi Gallery cannot be compared to any other world collection and is probably the only one to have just masterpieces...


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Ponte Vecchio

Ponte Vecchio, the oldest of Florence's six bridges, is one of the city's best known images. Probably going back to Roman times with...


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