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One Day In Florence (incl. The Best Florence Photography Spots)

By: Capturing Travel

Destination: Mediterranean 

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Is one day in Florence enough?

One day is not really enough to truly immerse yourself in this historical city. But even with a limited amount of time, Florence is worth seeing. And it’s going to be an action-packed day!

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The medieval fortress-palace, originally known as the Palazzo della Signoria, was designed by Arnolfo di Cambio and completed in the early 14th century. 

Palazzo Vecchio & Ponte Vecchio

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As the bustling heart of Florence’s historic centre, Piazza della Signoria holds immense historical and artistic significance, drawing both locals and tourists alike to its enchanting allure.

Piazza Signoria: Florence’s Outdoor Sculpture Gallery

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Piazzale degli Uffizi

This elegant square, flanked by the iconic Uffizi Gallery on one side, offers a delightful promenade that allows you to soak in the beauty of Florence’s artistic heritage while relishing the tranquil ambience.

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Piazza Del Duomo & Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore

Piazza del Duomo, the vibrant main square of Florence, is an awe-inspiring hub of artistic & architectural brilliance. Dominated by the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, the square is a bustling centre of activity, drawing visitors from around the world to bask in the splendour of its historical significance.

Gioto’s Bell Tower

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Brunelleschi Dome

The Brunelleschi’s Dome, crowning the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence, is a marvel of engineering and an iconic symbol of Renaissance architecture. 

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