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This outdoor museum space is a peaceful place to rest your weary feet after a long day of sight seeing. Admire some of Florence's most iconic original sculptures from Cellini's "Perseus" to Giambologna's "Rape of the Sabines."
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To walk around the city of Florence means encountering works of art everywhere you go. The Loggia dei Lanzi, also called the Loggia della Signoria, a building on a corner of the Piazza della Signoria. The David (the original is in the Galleria dell'Accademia) by...More
Built in the 14th century and used to house the assemblies of the people, it now contains several beautiful renaissance statues like Perseus with the head of Medusa (1545), Hercules and Nessus (1599), copy of Donatello's Judith and Holofernes (which is now inside the Palazzo...More
Many statues for you to admire for free! However this is the kind of attraction in which you can visit in 10-15 minutes so it should not be the highlight of your Florence trip. But it is positive that it is located close to the...More
The loggia is an open-air covered area to one side of Piazza della Signoria, near the Uffizi and Palazzo Vecchio. You're sure to see it if you are in the area. It's completely free to wander around and look at all of the beautiful statuary....More
Loggia dei Lanzi is an open-air sculpture gallery of antique and Renaissance art. You can find some beautiful statues like the Benvenuto Cellini's Perseus, Hercules beating the Centaur Nessus, Rape of the Sabine Women by Jean de Boulogne and more here.
Many people find the open air building a good place to sit down and rest their feet, or just take a breather.
Only in Florence would you find an outdoor gallery like this. I thought many of the most famous sculptures were scenes of extreme...More
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This is an outdoor porch with Renaissance sculptures. There are no bathrooms, however there are several nearby restaurants which will have restrooms. There is no disabled access, only a short group of stairs. The statues can... More
This is an outdoor porch with Renaissance sculptures. There are no bathrooms, however there are several nearby restaurants which will have restrooms. There is no disabled access, only a short group of stairs. The statues can be viewed, however, from the piazza.