Florence Cathedral To Medici Chapels: 7 MUST Visit Places In Florence


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Florence Cathedral to Medici Chapels are 7 MUST visit places in Florence showcasing Renaissance architecture at its finest. Don't miss these iconic landmarks!


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World Tourism day 2023:
Florence Cathedral to Medici Chapels are 7 MUST visit places in Florence showcasing Renaissance architecture at its finest


Florence Cathedral To Medici Chapels: 7 MUST Visit Places In Florence Image

Designed by Filippo Brunelleschi, the dome of the cathedral is one of the most recognizable symbols of Florence and an engineering marvel of its time


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This medieval palace was later renovated by the likes of Giorgio Vasari, who added Renaissance elements to its facade and interior. It serves as Florence's town hall


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Built in the 15th century for the Pitti family, later became the residence of the Medici family. It showcases a fusion of Renaissance and Baroque architectural styles


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Building designed by Giorgio Vasari, houses the most important art collections in the world, with works by Renaissance masters like Botticelli, Michelangelo, and Leonardo da Vinci


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Designed by Filippo Brunelleschi, this basilica is a prime example of Renaissance church architecture. and the facade still remains unfinished


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Designed by Leon Battista Alberti, this palace is a classic example of Renaissance architectural principles, emphasizing proportion, balance, and the use of classical orders


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Were built as a mausoleum for the Medici family. The New Sacristy, designed by Michelangelo, is a prime example of Renaissance architecture

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