Firenze dalla Torre di Arnolfo   53206
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1 Santa Maria Novella
2 Chiesa San Gaetano
3 Campanile di Santa Maria Novella
4 Arco di Piazza della Repubblica
5 Stazione di Santa Maria Novella (Stazione Centrale)
6 Monte Retaia, 768m
7 Chiesa di Orsanmichele
8 Santa Lucia alla Castellina
9 San Lorenzo (Cappelle Medicee)
10 Monte Maggiore (Calvana), 916m
11 Villa Medicea La Petraia
12 Mercato Centrale
13 Battistero di San Giovanni
14 Monte Morello 934m
15 Campanile di Giotto
16 Santa Maria del Fiore (Duomo)
17 Cupola del Brunelleschi
18 Torre della Castagna
19 Monte Senario
20 Fiesole (Convento francescano)
21 Fiesole (San Romolo)
22 Campanile della Badia Fiorentina
23 Monte Ceceri 450 m
24 Torre del Bargello
25 Bargello
26 Sinagoga


Location: Firenze      by: Giuseppe Marzulli
Area: Italy      Date: November 2013
Towering over Florence, the 95 mt. hight Tower of Palazzo Vecchio (also known as Arnolfo Tower) is one of the city's unmistakable symbols and focal points. It is also one of the oldest parts of the building built between 1299 and the early 14th century, probably to a design by Arnolfo di Cambio, as the seat of the city's governament.
The Tower is easily visible from Piazzale Michelangelo (pano 14318).
As a curiosity, I can say that the clock mechanism of the Tower was made by Bavarian clockmaker Georg Ledel in 1667and it is still working.
During all these centuries the Tower has always been closed to the public, but from September 2012 it is possible to climb on.
The view from the top is perhaps the most beautiful over Florence, but it is not easy to take pictures, because you can not get too close the railings.


Love it.

(Although I miss the Arno.)
2013/11/27 02:37 , Arne Rönsch
Sehr beeindruckend! Herzliche Grüße Velten
2013/11/27 05:42 , Velten Feurich
Sehr schön
2013/11/27 10:19 , Thomas Janeck
View and light are magnificent, also perfect in a technical sense.
2013/11/27 14:06 , Dietrich Kunze
Great in every way.
2013/11/30 01:54 , Jörg Braukmann

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