The Duomo of Florence and the beginning of the Renaissance

The Duomo of Florence and the beginning of the Renaissance


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Anyone who loves art and culture in general cannot not think of taking a trip to Florence, in Italy, city cradle of the Renaissance and where art is breathed everywhere. We also recommend look for a good hotel and stay there for a few days, since they will have hundreds of different places to visit, each one with a particular charm.

Being in its beginnings a settlement for ex-Roman soldiers, the city gradually flourished culturally until around 1470, when it began to emerge, hand in hand with Lorenzo de 'Medici, a peculiar interest in the arts.

With the impulse of Medici, different artists and famous characters began to emerge, who would endure in history as the greatest masters of art from around the world and also, as precursors of the so-called Renaissance.

So we find names like Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, Michelangelo, Botticelli, Boccaccio or Machiavelli himself, among a large number of illustrious polymaths.

They all tried (and they achieved) leave behind the Middle Ages (also known as obscurantism) in the artistic field where the Gothic style, and begin to revive the passion for art possessed by the Greeks and to a lesser extent, the Romans.

This promotion of the arts is also reflected in the architecture of the place, where we find buildings that are well worth mentioning.

One of them is Il Duomo di Firenze, the Cathedral most important in the world and is located in the old part of the city. Its dome has made it famous, which is 45 meters in diameter and 100 meters high.

Dedicated to Santa Maria del Fiore, its characteristics are typical of Italian Gothic art. It has its own museum where you can see works of Michelangelo or Luca della Robbia.

Florence It also presents a huge variety of monuments, museums, squares and bridges, such as the Ponte Veccio, of medieval origin and remodeled in the Renaissance.

Currently it is one of the most visited places by tourists, as is the Piazza della Signoria, the largest of Florence and where we find the famous neptune fountain and other number of recognized buildings and famous sculptures, such as a replica of David and the monument to Hercules and Cacus.

These are just some of the things we have to appreciate at Florence. For this we recommend traveling but not on an excursion, since you would miss hundreds of beautiful places to visit, but to go on your own.

The city also allows it since it is safe, so it only remains to say, get a good hotel and to enjoy one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

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