Florence is one of the most attractive cities in this part of Italy and has many tourist delights. A Renaissance City this is in the middle of Tuscany and has some of the best cathedrals, museums, streets and squares and churches and shops and buildings.
The most important places to visit in Florence are: Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore adn Galleria Degli Uffizi.
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Beutitiful city, symbols of the Dark Art all over historic buildings. No wonder our Banking System and people who control the Global Financial Institutions trace their roots to this city. They were the money changers with desks.
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Stay away from the Duomo ,and Ponte Vecchio as the immigrants drive you nuts trying to sell you beaded bracelets , and take selfies , and when you politely say no they call you a racist!!! The city should crack down on this .
I just came back from Italy and had the great fortune to go to Florence. It was an amazing experience. I wish to go back in the future and see things I didn't see and see again the things I enjoyed seeing during my visit. Il Duomo is just magnificent and everyone should see it once in their lives.
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