There are a few good statues, but was very crowded, it is really only worth seein gif you are in the area.
About Loggia dei Lanzi
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The statues in this area are really interesting and are free so you can sit and admire these great artworks for free. There are also some areas where you can just sit and relax for a while which is nice as well.
The loggia is located within Piazza dell Signoria but, go early or go late for the best chance of obtaining photos of all the statuary that is located here, including Perseus and Medusa and the Rape of the Sabine Women.
Once David used to stand in the recess of the loggia that was carved by Michealngelo. While my college art class was studying the sculpture and details of the over scaled hand an English speaking tourist stood next to me. "My husband doesn't look anything...More
Loggia dei Lanzi is a gorgeous gothic arcade gallery. It was built in the 14th century by Simone di Grancesco Talenti and Benci di Cione Dami in Piazza della Signoria, right in front of another important attraction in Florence, Palazzo Vecchio. Visiting the gallery is...More
Located right one one of the main squares of Florence called piazza della Signoria. Right beside the city hall. Both are not to be missed!
This Loggia is a building on the Piazza della Signoria consisting of wide arches open to the street. Though it have had different use over time it is now an open air free museum of some marvelous statues and monuments. The statues portrays different historic...More
Allows you to get up and above the crowds in the busy piazza. The statues are great too. And it is a great place to get some good photographs.
Delightful plaza activity brought this space, Piazza della Signoria, to life. Not to mention it's access to all important Galleries and Museums.
Loggia dei Lanzi is located at Piazza della Signoria and is a mini-museum under an open sky. It contains several beautiful sculptures. Not too far from it, right at the entrance to the Signoria, is an excellent copy of Michelangelo's David. There are many nice...More