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... Da Vinci, Michelangleo and of course many more.
I also really loved the stone (or marble??, not sure) sarcophaguses, busts and murals - many of which were made BC! The explanation sheet attached to the artwork stated when the piece came to the gallery and this too was incredible, reading that it was first brought to and displayed in the gallery in 17....or 18..... whatever. The Ufizzi gallery is one of the oldest and visited galleries in the ...
... taking photos of a different bridge. We explain to her which bridge is the correct one and she replies that it looks like a bridge with some significance. She was right! It's Ponte Santa Trinita which was built in 1567 and destroyed by retreating German troups in 1944 then rebuilt in 1958 with the original stones.
8 pm comes around and we make our way to a restaurant recommended to us by the concierge Culinary Torcicoda. We want to eat meat tonight, maybe ...
We did a walking tour this morning. A museum stop that has the original 'David' sculpture by Michaelangelo completed between 1501-1504. Stopped at the Cathedral...1st stone laid in 1296. Did not go in but was gorgeous outside! Grabbed lunch..Mark & Brie had pizza and Lex & I had a salad. Brie said the pizza was really good! Now on bus headed to ...
... through the streets some more, found some more gelato (the most intense banana flavor I’ve ever had mixed nicely with a ball of chocolate), and just generally exhausted ourselves. We finally got back to the hotel, grabbed our bags, paid a king’s ransom to the car valet, and got out of Florence in fairly short order.
Our final stop in Italy was Pisa, a quick 45 minutes down the road from Florence. The flight ...
... The most notable piece in this gallery is definitely Michelangelo's David. It really is awe inspiring to see it in person. Note: You CANNOT take pictures. The staff will yell at you for trying to do so. The other art was nice, but nothing too notable. There is this room with a lot of statue heads so that was kind of creepy.
Since we still had a lot of time left before we can go to the Uffizi Gallery (we booked ...