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A collection of photographs of various locations across the city, from the two fortresses along the perimeter of Florence's historical center to parks and shopping streets.

Pian dei Giullari

Pian dei Giullari

20 photos

The hill and small valley above Piazzale Michelangelo where Galileo lived under house arrest towards the end of his life and home to the Arcetri astronomical observatory.

San Niccolò

San Niccolò

11 photos

The tower and area of San Niccolo lies below Piazzale Michelangelo right next to the river.

Cascine and Renai Parks

Cascine and Renai Parks

3 photos

The Cascine Park is Florence's largest public park, perfect for roller skating, running, a picnic or shopping at the market held every Tuesday.

Porta San Frediano

Porta San Frediano

5 photos

One of Florence's last remaining doors along the city walls. The Porta San Frediano is in the Oltrarno area to the south of the Arno.

Forte di Belvedere

Forte di Belvedere

15 photos

The second of Florence's fortresses, the Forte di Belvedere was built by Buontalenti between 1590 and 1595 by order of the Granduke Ferdinando I de' Medici, son of Cosimo I.

Via Tornabuoni

Via Tornabuoni

9 photos

Florence's main luxury shopping street, home to Gucci, Prada, Ferragamo, Cartier and many more boutiques.

Fortezza da Basso

Fortezza da Basso

24 photos

Built between 1534 and 1537 by order of Alessandro de' Medici after the siege of Florence, designed to maintain control over the city. Today, the fortress is city's main conference & meeting center.

English Cemetery

English Cemetery

11 photos

Commonly known as the English cemetery, the Swiss-owned cemetery is the final resting place for Protestants in Florence from the 1830s to the 1870s.

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