Firenze dal Campanile di Giotto   23082
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1 Santa Maria Novella
2 Stazione di Santa Maria Novella (Stazione Centrale)
3 San Lorenzo (Cappelle Medicee)
4 San Lorenzo
5 Mercato Centrale
6 Monte Morello 934m
7 Palazzo Riccardi-Medici
8 Fiesole (Convento francescano)
9 Fiesole (San Romolo)
10 Cupola del Brunelleschi
11 Sinagoga
12 Santa Croce
13 Torre di San Niccolò
14 Bargello
15 Piazzale Michelangelo
16 Badia Fiorentina
17 San Miniato al Monte
18 Torre del Gallo
19 Palazzo Vecchio
20 Torre di Arnolfo


Location: Firenze      by: Giuseppe Marzulli
Area: Italy      Date: 1 November 2013
Giotto’s bell tower (Campanile di Giotto) is a free-standing campanile that is part of the complex of buildings that make up Florence Cathedral on the Piazza del Duomo.
The tower is one of the showpieces of the Florentine Gothic architecture with its design by Giotto and attains a height of 84,7 metres. I think that it is the most beautiful Italian bell tower.
From the tower you can have a complete view of Florence. For a 360° panoramic view, however, it is not possible to remain in the same position and I preferred to make a 270° pano.
Brunelleschi's Dome, however, is very close and makes a bit difficult to make panos.


Thank you for sharing this view!! 
I personally think (as my first impression) that the Duomo is not ruining the picture / the panoramic view. It is the dominating building in Florence, hence it is worthwhile to portrait it like done here. More maybe later on ...
Herzlichst Christoph
PS: what projection did you use?
2013/11/09 09:05 , Christoph Seger
Dear Christoph, you can also climb the dome of Brunelleschi. My first intention was to will go up on the dome, but there were three hours queue. So I preferred to climb the bell tower of Giotto. I agree on the fact that the dome does not ruin the pano, but rather enriches.
I'm not sure I understand your question. However, there are 6 photos; 24 mm (full format); f5,6; 1/2500 sec.
2013/11/09 13:36 , Giuseppe Marzulli

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