Florence Sights

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Cenacolo del Foligno

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This delightful Last Supper, executed sometime in the 1470s, has been variously attributed to Perugino or to one of his followers.

Colonna della Giustizia

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In the center of Piazza Santa Trinita is this column from Rome's Terme di Caracalla, given to the Medici grand duke Cosimo I by Pope...

Croce al Trebbio

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In 1338 the Dominican friars (the Dominican church of Santa Maria Novella is down the street) erected this little granite column near...

Le Cascine

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In the 16th century this vast park belonged to the Medici, who used it for hunting, one of their favorite pastimes. It was opened to...

Museo Marino Marini

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A 21-foot-tall bronze horse and rider, one of the major works by artist Marini (1901–80), dominates the space of the main gallery here.

Museo Nazionale Alinari della Fotografia

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Housed in part of what was once an ancient hospice across the piazza from the church of Santa Maria Novella, this museum hosts temporary...

Museo Salvatore Ferragamo

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If there's such a thing as a temple for footwear, this is it. The shoes in this dramatically displayed collection were designed by Salvatore...

Museo Stibbert

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Federico Stibbert (1838–1906), born in Florence to an Italian mother and an English father, liked to collect things. Over a lifetime...


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The Umiliati owned this architectural hodgepodge of a church before the Franciscans took it over in the mid-16th century. (They were...

Palazzo Rucellai

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Architect Leon Battista Alberti (1404–72) designed perhaps the very first private residence inspired by antique models—which goes...