Go to Florence and See Artistic and Architectural Heritage, which somehow only Italy knows how to Provide
Some cities simply can unfreeze the coldest hearts. They can delight you with its mystery, beauty, magic and even simplicity. Those towns are created a long time ago, but today each of them is worth to visit. Florence is just one of those places that will leave you speechless.
Florence is a city in central Italy with about 370,000 residents. It is the capital and the most popular city of the Italian region of Tuscany and of the province of Florence. During the Renaissance it was a major centre of all kinds of thoughts, expression and art. This place is centre of European trade and economy and today is one of the richest cities. It is called the Athens of the Middle Ages. The town attracts millions of tourists every year and also it was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1982.
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Florence is the leading national economic centre. Ranked among the top fifty fashion capitals of the world it represents fashion inspiration for many people. Many beautiful churches, stately palaces and impressive monuments were built over the centuries that make Florence the most attractive place to visit. Gallery Uffizi, palace Davanzati, church of San Lorenzo, amphitheatre Romano, the castle Palazzo della Signoria also known as Palazzo Vecchio, Piazza della Signoria square, Church of Santa Croce, Piazzale Michelangelo square are just a few sights that characterizes Florence.
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Hot summers with moderate or light rainfall and cool, damp winters will not be an obstacle to visit this place at any time you want. It is true that from April to October, tourists outnumber the local population, but this city continually has a unique beauty.
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The magic of this town leaves no one indifferent. Anyone who set foot there is surprised by dramatic and extraordinary of Florence. Enjoy, be positive and explore the world.
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