The open-air loggia, built in 1551, teems with souvenir stands, but the real attraction is a copy of Pietro Tacca's bronze Porcellino (which translates as "little pig" despite the fact the animal is, in fact, a wild boar). The Porcellino is Florence's equivalent of the Trevi Fountain: put a coin in his mouth, and if it falls through the grate below (according to one interpretation), it means you'll return to Florence someday. What you're seeing is a copy
of a copy: Tacca's original version, in the Museo Bardini, is actually a copy of an ancient Greek work.
Corner of Via Por Santa Maria and Via Porta Rossa, Florence, 50123, Italy