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Campanile
Campanile

This enormous bell tower attached to the Duomo is more than 275-feet tall. Built between 1334 and 1359 it is home to several enormous bells which toll the hour and half hour across the rooftops of Florence.

Designed by famous artist and city-architect, Giotto, the Campanile is decorated with more than 50 marble reliefs depicting the Creation, the Seven Sacraments, the Seven Virtues and the Five Liberal Arts.
Palazzio Pitti
Ponte Vecchio
Uffizi
Palazzio Vecchio/Piazza Della Signora
Orsanmichele
Baptistry of St John
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