Palaces in Florence Italy: timetable, descriptions, photos

Area: Centro storico

The Strozzi Palace of Florence is situated between the Strozzi public square and Tornabuoni street. The Strozzi Palace always has been a symbol of the florentine architecture.

Its... [...]

Area: Centro storico

Just in Piazza Santa Croce on the right side of the church of Santa Croce the palace of Antella is situated at numbers 20, 22 and it is the most impressive among those who are on this side. [...]

Area: Centro storico

The Rucellai Palace of Florence has been constructed between 1446 and the 1451 by Bernardo Rossellino on design of the Alberti on order of Giovanni il Magnifico, member of the illustrious Rucellai... [...]

Area: Centro storico

The 15th century Medici-Riccardi Palace (Palazzo Medici-Riccardi) contains some great Renaissance art including the 'Procession of the Magi'. The palace is located in central Florence.

The... [...]

Area: Centro storico

A corridor designed by Buontalenti and built in 1569 connecting the two salons Orsanmichele with the Palazzo dell'Arte della Lana, located in the street dell'Arte della Lana. The production of wool... [...]

Area: Centro storico

Located in the de' Pandolfini street after a sequence of beautiful palaces (Palazzo Arrighi, Palazzo Medici-Tornaquinci and Palace de' Rittafè) Galli Tassi palace was built in the early sixteenth... [...]

Area: Centro storico

The Pitti Palace is situated on the hill of Boboli and was constructed in the second half of the XV by Luca Pitti, rich florentine merchant. Giorgio Vasari attributes the plan to Filippo Brunelleschi... [...]

Area: Centro storico

In the district of Santa Croce, at the beginning of Via de' Benci, opposite the tower of the Alberti (XIII century) with loggia formed by two columns include the Palace Horne built in the fifteenth... [...]

Area: Centro storico

After Ponte Vecchio continuing along Via Lungarno Acciaiuoli and reaching the intersection with Via de' Tornabuoni, the place where once flowed Mugnone river we find the Palazzo Spini Ferroni built... [...]

Area: Centro storico

The Davanzati Palace (center of the Davanzati Museum) was constructed at the beginning of XIV the century. At the beginning of XX the century it was acquired by the antiquarian Elia Volpi that... [...]

Area: Centro storico

Formally known as Palazzo della Signoria, the Palazzo Vecchio (with a beautiful high tower of 94 meters) has a simple front facing the Piazza della Signoria.
However the courtyard and the... [...]

Area: Centro storico

The Palazzo Rinuccini is located in the area of ??Borgo San Frediano (particularly populated area and that keeps most of the other ancient features), near the homonymous door of San Frediano, just a... [...]

Area: Centro storico

At the end of the Boboli Gardens there is a large square where stands the Palazzina della Meridiana, a neoclassical building started in 1778 by Gaspare Maria Paoletti and terminated by Pasquale... [...]

Area: Centro storico

Maria Maddalena Macchiavelli, wife of Marchese Filippo Corsini, purchased the Palace from the Grand Duke Ferdinando II de' Medici in 1649.
Originally, the Palace which was a "Casino" (a little... [...]

Area: Centro storico

Continuing on the left side of the palace in Via del Bargello along Ghibellina street we arrive at the number 110 at the Palazzo Borghese, built in just six months in 1821, incorporating the existing... [...]

Area: Centro storico

Located in the immediate vicinity of the Baptistery of Florence at number 3 in the Piazza di San Giovanni the Archbishop's Palace (Arcivescovile palace). The Arcivescovile Palace was damaged in a... [...]

Area: Centro storico

The Palace of Podestà or Bargello, was begun in 1255 by the Florentine 'People' for his Captain. From 1574 it was the seat of the Bargello or Captain of Justice. In this period the interior of the... [...]

Area: Centro storico

The Mozzi Palace is situated in the center of Florence at the numbers 2, 121 and 123 of via San Niccolò and was built in the XIII century.

In the XIX century Bardini bought the palace... [...]

Area: Centro storico

Located in the Santa Croce area at the beginning of Via dell'Anguillara where in the Middle Ages arise the Porta San Simone, the palace Cocchi Serristori is attributed to Baccio d'Agnolo and Giuliano... [...]

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