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Built in the 1870s just after the Jewish community in Italy had gained full emancipation after centuries of persecution, this vast synagogue is a beautiful, polychrome hodgepodge of Islamic, Jewish and Christian reli...
Get tickets for the Duomo, Cupola, Battistero, Campanile, Grande Museo del Duomo and Santa Reparata.
Regarded as the oldest building in Florence, this often-overlooked round stone tower probably dates to the 7th century and is of Byzantine origin. Today it has been incorporated into a hotel.
The Palazzo degli Uffizi, designed and built by Vasari in the second half of the 16th century at the request of Cosimo I, originally housed the city’s administrators, judiciary and guilds (uffizi means offices)
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What makes this gorgeous square so agreeable is, in part, its wealth of fountains and statues, climaxing with this 14th-century loggia where works such as Giambologna's Rape of the Sabine Women , Benvenuto Cellini's...
Built in the 1320s, the best preserved of the city’s medieval gates still stands sentinel on the banks of the Arno...
Sheltered incongruously beneath an early Renaissance loggia (covered area on the side of a building), this compact, modern museum is the best and brightest addition to the city’s art scene in years...
Designed by Leon Battista Alberti in the 1440s for one of Florence’s richest families, this palazzo is arguably the first Renaissance building to rigorously mimic Roman forebearers – in this case, the Colosseum, with...
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