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Florence

The Tuscan capital of Florenceis also thecradle of the Italian Renaissance. The city’s symbolic Ponte Vecchio spans the Arno, the river that flows through Florence for 4 km, between the grand boulevards along its embankments, known as lungarnos. The municipality of Florence is divided into five districts: the Centro Storico, which is a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site, Campo di Marte, Gavinana-Galluzzo, Isolotto-Legnaia and Rifredi. The city’s most illustrious attractions include the dome of its Santa Maria del Fiore cathedral, erected by the architect Filippo Brunelleschi. It is the world’s largest brick dome, with a diameter of 45.5 m. Florentine cuisine is characterised by four basic ingredients: Tuscan bread, extra virgin olive oil, meat and Chianti wine. Its specialities include lampredotto, which is one of the four stomachs of the cow, cooked with tomatoes and onions and served in a sandwich.

 

The Line depicted the skyline of Florence as seen from the Piazzale Michelangelo.

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The Tuscan capital of Florenceis also thecradle of the Italian Renaissance. The city’s symbolic Ponte Vecchio spans the Arno, the river that flows through Florence for 4 km, between the grand boulevards along its embankments, known as lungarnos. The municipality of Florence is divided into five districts: the Centro Storico, which is a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site, Campo di Marte, Gavinana-Galluzzo, Isolotto-Legnaia and Rifredi. The city’s most illustrious attractions include the dome of its Santa Maria del Fiore cathedral, erected by the architect Filippo Brunelleschi. It is the world’s largest brick dome, with a diameter of 45.5 m. Florentine cuisine is characterised by four basic ingredients: Tuscan bread, extra virgin olive oil, meat and Chianti wine. Its specialities include lampredotto, which is one of the four stomachs of the cow, cooked with tomatoes and onions and served in a sandwich.

 

The Line depicted the skyline of Florence as seen from the Piazzale Michelangelo.

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The Tuscan capital of Florenceis also thecradle of the Italian Renaissance. The city’s symbolic Ponte Vecchio spans the Arno, the river that flows through Florence for 4 km, between the grand boulevards along its embankments, known as lungarnos. The municipality of Florence is divided into five districts: the Centro Storico, which is a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site, Campo di Marte, Gavinana-Galluzzo, Isolotto-Legnaia and Rifredi. The city’s most illustrious attractions include the dome of its Santa Maria del Fiore cathedral, erected by the architect Filippo Brunelleschi. It is the world’s largest brick dome, with a diameter of 45.5 m. Florentine cuisine is characterised by four basic ingredients: Tuscan bread, extra virgin olive oil, meat and Chianti wine. Its specialities include lampredotto, which is one of the four stomachs of the cow, cooked with tomatoes and onions and served in a sandwich.

 

The Line depicted the skyline of Florence as seen from the Piazzale Michelangelo.

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