No trip to Florence is complete without visiting the Accademia Gallery, home to some of the most iconic works of Michelangelo. Feast your eyes on the magnificent sculpture of David, as well as other sculptures by important Renaissance and Italian artists.
The square known as the Piazzale Michelangelo offers a beautiful panorama of the city. Bronze copies of the artist’s most iconic work line the piazza. Here you will find several restaurants and cafes that cater to your tastes under the pleasant Tuscan sun.
Florence Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, has the world’s largest brick dome. Construction of this church began in the 13th Century and was completed in the 15th century. It is home to many important works of art.
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