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Florence (Firenze in Italian) is a city located in the north of the central region of Italy, capital and most populous city of the homonymous metropolitan city and the region of Tuscany, of which it is its historical, artistic, economic and administrative center . It has about 378,236 rooms, and is the center of a metropolitan area of approximately 1.5 million inhabitants.
Capital of Italy between 1865 and 1871 during the Italian Unification, in the Middle Ages it was an important cultural, economic and financial center. He knew his time of greatest splendor after the establishment of the Grand Duchy of Tuscany under the rule of the Medici dynasty.
Florence is the urban center in which the artistic movement called Renaissance originated in the second half of the fourteenth century, and is considered one of the world's cradles of art and architecture as well as one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Its historic center was declared a World Heritage Site in 1982 and it includes medieval and Renaissance works such as the dome of Santa María del Fiore, Ponte Vecchio, the Basilica of Santa Cruz, Palazzo Vecchio and museums such as the Uffizi , the Bargello or the Accademia Gallery, which welcomes Michelangelo's David.
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The Bargello or National Museum of Bargello (in Italian, National Museum of Bargello) is one of the most outstanding cultural centers of the city of Florence. His collection of Renaissance sculpture is considered among the most notable in the world: includes masterpieces by Michelangelo, Donatello, Ghiberti, Benvenuto Cellini, Juan de Bologna, Ammannati and other important sculptors, as well as a large collection of applied arts , organized primarily by the type of objects. The museum is located in the Bargello Palace, which is also known as Palazzo del Popolo.
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The Uffizi Gallery (in Italian: Galleria degli Uffizi)? It is a palace and museum in Florence that contains one of the oldest and most famous art collections in the world. It is considered one of the most visited tourist attractions in Florence and in 2015 it received almost two million visits, which is why it is the most frequented art gallery in Italy.
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Florence (in Italian Provincia di Firenze) was a province of the region of Tuscany, in Italy. Its capital was the city of Florence. Among other places of singular beauty, the following stand out: Barberino Val d'Elsa, Fiesole, Greve in Chianti and Tavarnelle Val di Pesa.
It had an area of 3,514 km2, and a total population of 933,860 inhabitants. (2001). There are 44 municipalities in the province (source: ISTAT, see this link).
In the province was the Mugello circuit, one of the most important in Italy.
His shield, (match of gules and silver with a fleur-de-lis one on the other, stamped with a civic crown) bore the fleur-de-lis, in memory of the emblem of the city-state of Florence and the profusion of plants from white color that come in spring, called flowers of lis florentinas (giaggiolo).
In 2015 it was replaced by the metropolitan city of Florence.
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The Palazzo Vecchio (translated into Spanish, Old Palace) is located in the Plaza de la Señoría, in Florence, Italy. It houses offices of the City Council (Comune di Firenze) although the main rooms are open to the public as a museum where you can see murals and paintings by famous artists of the Florentine school such as Domenico Ghirlandaio, Bronzino and Giorgio Vasari, among others.
Originally called Palazzo dei Priori or Palagio Novo, the name was changed to that of "Palacio de la Señoría", the main organism of the Florentine Republic, in the 15th century. Later it became known as "Doge's Palace", when it established its residence Cosme I de Médici in 1540. Then, in 1565, it would begin to be called Palazzo Vecchio after Cosme moved to the Pitti Palace.
The first construction is attributed to Arnolfo di Cambio, which started in 1299 incorporating the old Foraboschi tower on the facade. After the death of Arnolfo, in 1302, the palace was finished by other artists, in 1314. The exterior form of the building is that of a parallelepiped, and on the main facade is the Tower of Arnolfo, one of the emblems of the city . In 1400 the tower and the inner garden had to be rebuilt, as they were in danger of collapsing.
Among its most important rooms, the Hall of the Five Hundred stands out, whose mural decoration was entrusted to Leonardo da Vinci (The Battle of Anghiari) and Michelangelo (The Battle of Cascina). Unfortunately, none of them were finished, and the walls were covered by other frescoes in the later decoration of Giorgio Vasari.
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The Laurenciana Library or Medicea Laurenciana Library (in Italian: Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana) is one of the most important libraries in Florence and throughout Italy. It is famous for retaining approximately 11,000 manuscripts. Built in the cloister of the basilica of San Lorenzo, it was sponsored by Pope Clement VII (in the century, Julio de Medici).