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Italy is strange in some ways. You have to buy your way into several churches, you have to learn how to buy a cheap espresso because you can't find the price list. But finally, they leave many famous statues outside rather than storing them in...More
We did a walking tour and came upon this Piazza.. you find them even more awe inspiring when you know the history behind them. Please read up or do a guided tour before, you will appreciate the art here even more.
We did a walking tour of Florence that ended in this plaza. Very cool to hear the story of why and how this statue came to be. And having studied Latin, I had that much more appreciation for it. Even my husband (not a latin/mythical...More
This statue is interesting and part of an open air gallery of lots of statues. It's in a great area with lots to look at and the statues certainly bear further time. On the opposite corner is one of the several David statues around the...More
I found this to be the most striking sculpture there in the Loggia dei Lanzi as it resonated with me. I teach a Greek Mythology unit in class and found this statue here. I will definitely show it to my students. It shows Perseus with...More
In this part of the Piazza della Signoria, there are so many sculptures outside, and you don't have to pay to see them. The Perseus statue is definitely interesting as he is holding the head of Medusa. It is near the replica of the statue...More