Il fuoco di Firenze

I will concede – Firenze is a way more cool word than the English plain old “Florence.” And furthermore, Florence was an unbelievably amazing city. I hadn’t anticipated anything other than love for it, given all that I knew about its history, architecture and art art art – many of my friends who had been to Italy told me it was their favorite Italy destination.

As expected, I took many photos. So, I’ll chunk it out in two or three posts perhaps. Though, some of what I shot is already in my Street Art and More Street Art (Clet Abraham art) posts. So pop over to those as well for some Firenze love 🙂

For this round, I’ll just dare you to not jump on the first plane out, with a look at my favorite highlights.

 

Michelangelo’s David – as much as it’s pretty much one of THE main tourist attractions – was truly just stunningly beautiful artwork.  I was teary eyed upon first seeing him.

 

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  1. Oh yes, an excellent pull-over, even I want to go there immediately! So much in the air and in the stone. Great sunset, and views, the river, and food! And you’re right, that restoration job must be so satisfying and calming. Lucky people who get to do this. And my favourite, the Ponte Vecchio reflection, deserves to be admired by the world. ❤

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    1. Thank you Manja! We both need to revisit Firenze, together!!

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