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Florence is the capital city of theregion of Tuscany and its richhistorical, artistic and culturalheritage make it one of ...
Piazza dei Ciompi, named forthe "Ciompi" or wool cardersof Florence (and theireponymous revolt in 1378),occupies a working...
Piazza dei Ciompi
A graceful 16th centuryconstruction, the Loggia delPesce by Giorgio Vasari, nowstands at the north end of thePiazza.
Tabernacolo di SantAmbrogioGiovanni della Robbia (1525)
Tabernacolo diSantAmbrogioGiovanni della Robbia(1525)
Giovanni della RobbiaTabernacolo di SantAmbrogio, 1525 (Detail)
Allegedly built where Saint Ambrose would have stayed when inFlorence in 393, the church is first recorded in 998. The fir...
The church containsnumerous frescos,altarpieces, andother artworkattributed to AndreaOrcagna, AgnoloGaddi, NiccolòGerini, ...
Sant‘Ambrogio,FirenzeCrocifissionediNiccolòdiPietroGerini(1340–1415)
SantAmbrogio,Firenze,ScuoladiAndreaOrcagna,MadonnadellatteintronoSantAmbrogio,Firenze,TabernacolodiS.SebastianodiLeonardod...
SantAmbrogio, Firenze,Lorenzo di Bicci (1373–1452),Madonna con bambino e santi
Museo Storico Topograficonellex convento
The Basilica di Santa Croce (Basilica of the Holy Cross)
The Basilica di Santa Croce(Basilica of the Holy Cross)
The Basilicadi Santa CroceCenotaph ofGiuseppe LaFarina
Donatello -LAnnunciazione(particolare dellaMadonna),Firenze, SantaCroce, 1435ca
San Miniato al Monte
San Miniato al Monte
The Chiesa di Ognissanti(All-Saints Church) is aFranciscan churchfounded by the lay orderof the Umiliati, dedicatedto all ...
The façade - by Matteo Nigetti (1637) - conserved the grand glazedterracotta lunette in the manner of the Della Robbia, no...
Giotto diBondone (1267 –1337)Ten years forrestauration bylOpificio dellePietre dure
Domenico Ghirlandaio (1449-1494), Cenacolo di Ognissanti (1480)
Cappella diS.PietrodAlcantara -affreschi diMatteoBonechi (1672-1752)
Plaque, dated 1510, for the family tombof Mariano Filipepi and his sons,including the painter Alessandro diMariano Filipep...
Altare dellaTrinitàRidolfo delGhirlandaio(1483 – 1561),Trinità eIncoronazionedi Maria
Tomb of Amerigo Vespucci,died 1471, actually thegrandfather of the famousnavigator
Domenico Ghirlandaio (1449 - 1494)Deposizione e Madonna dellUmiltà
Domenico Ghirlandaio (1449 -1494) St Jerome in his study
Sandro Botticelli,SantAgostino nello studio(152x112 cm) 1480
Sandro Botticelli Pala di SantAmbrogio,c. 1467-1470 Galleria degli Uffizi
Loggia del Mercato Nuovo
The Loggia del MercatoNuovo, popularly known as theLoggia del Porcellino is socalled to distinguish it from theMercato vec...
Popular tradition has it thatrubbing the nose bringsfortune, so over time, thestatue has acquired a certainshine in that s...
Porta Romana
Sound: Andrea Bocelli - Il Mistero Dell AmoreText: InternetPictures: Daniela Iacob & InternetCopyright: All the images bel...
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  1. 1. http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/sandamichaela-1834389-firenze-passeggiando-per-la-citt/
  2. 2. Florence is the capital city of theregion of Tuscany and its richhistorical, artistic and culturalheritage make it one of the maintourist destinations in Italy andEurope.Founded in the first century A.C.by the Romans, Florence hasbeen through many prosperousand dark periods. The cityexperienced the battles betweenthe Guelphs and Ghibellines, itwas a Commune and then a"Signoria" under the Mediciduring the Renaissance. It waspart of the Grand Duchy ofTuscany first with the Medici andthen under the Lorraines duringthe 18thcentury, up until itbecame a part of the Kingdom ofItaly in 1861. Cimabue, DanteAlighieri, Giotto, Brunelleschi,Donatello, Botticelli andMichelangelo are just a few ofthe famous Tuscan artists whocontributed to making Florencesuch a beautiful and importantcity in the world.
  3. 3. Piazza dei Ciompi, named forthe "Ciompi" or wool cardersof Florence (and theireponymous revolt in 1378),occupies a working classcorner of Florence north ofPiazza Santa Croce andclose to PiazzaSantAmbrogio.
  4. 4. Piazza dei Ciompi
  5. 5. A graceful 16th centuryconstruction, the Loggia delPesce by Giorgio Vasari, nowstands at the north end of thePiazza.
  6. 6. Tabernacolo di SantAmbrogioGiovanni della Robbia (1525)
  7. 7. Tabernacolo diSantAmbrogioGiovanni della Robbia(1525)
  8. 8. Giovanni della RobbiaTabernacolo di SantAmbrogio, 1525 (Detail)
  9. 9. Allegedly built where Saint Ambrose would have stayed when inFlorence in 393, the church is first recorded in 998. The first building isthought to date from the 8th century, as a chapel of a nunnery built inhonour of the saint.Francesco Granacci (1469–1543), an Italian painter of the Renaissanceand lifelong friend of Michelangelo Buonarroti, is buried in this church.
  10. 10. The church containsnumerous frescos,altarpieces, andother artworkattributed to AndreaOrcagna, AgnoloGaddi, NiccolòGerini, Lorenzo diBicci, Masaccio,Filippo Lippi, SandroBotticelli, AlessoBaldovinetti, Minoda Fiesole, CosimoRosselli, FraBartolomeo, andmany other artists.Filippo LippisIncoronation of theVirgin, executed forthe churchs mainaltar in 1441-1447,is now at the Uffizi.Cappella del miracolodel sacramento
  11. 11. Sant‘Ambrogio,FirenzeCrocifissionediNiccolòdiPietroGerini(1340–1415)
  12. 12. SantAmbrogio,Firenze,ScuoladiAndreaOrcagna,MadonnadellatteintronoSantAmbrogio,Firenze,TabernacolodiS.SebastianodiLeonardodelTasso(1465-1500?)
  13. 13. SantAmbrogio, Firenze,Lorenzo di Bicci (1373–1452),Madonna con bambino e santi
  14. 14. Museo Storico Topograficonellex convento
  15. 15. The Basilica di Santa Croce (Basilica of the Holy Cross)
  16. 16. The Basilica di Santa Croce(Basilica of the Holy Cross)
  17. 17. The Basilicadi Santa CroceCenotaph ofGiuseppe LaFarina
  18. 18. Donatello -LAnnunciazione(particolare dellaMadonna),Firenze, SantaCroce, 1435ca
  19. 19. San Miniato al Monte
  20. 20. San Miniato al Monte
  21. 21. The Chiesa di Ognissanti(All-Saints Church) is aFranciscan churchfounded by the lay orderof the Umiliati, dedicatedto all the saints andmartyrs, known andunknown. It wascompleted during the1250s, but almostcompletely rebuilt onBaroque designs ofBartolomeo Pettirossi,about 1627, with a façadeby Matteo Nigetti
  22. 22. The façade - by Matteo Nigetti (1637) - conserved the grand glazedterracotta lunette in the manner of the Della Robbia, now attributed toBenedetto Buglioni, over the doorway. To the left of the façade is acampanile of 13th and 14th century construction.
  23. 23. Giotto diBondone (1267 –1337)Ten years forrestauration bylOpificio dellePietre dure
  24. 24. Domenico Ghirlandaio (1449-1494), Cenacolo di Ognissanti (1480)
  25. 25. Cappella diS.PietrodAlcantara -affreschi diMatteoBonechi (1672-1752)
  26. 26. Plaque, dated 1510, for the family tombof Mariano Filipepi and his sons,including the painter Alessandro diMariano Filipepi, best known as SandroBotticelli. In Ognissanti church inFlorence, Italy.
  27. 27. Altare dellaTrinitàRidolfo delGhirlandaio(1483 – 1561),Trinità eIncoronazionedi Maria
  28. 28. Tomb of Amerigo Vespucci,died 1471, actually thegrandfather of the famousnavigator
  29. 29. Domenico Ghirlandaio (1449 - 1494)Deposizione e Madonna dellUmiltà
  30. 30. Domenico Ghirlandaio (1449 -1494) St Jerome in his study
  31. 31. Sandro Botticelli,SantAgostino nello studio(152x112 cm) 1480
  32. 32. Sandro Botticelli Pala di SantAmbrogio,c. 1467-1470 Galleria degli Uffizi
  33. 33. Loggia del Mercato Nuovo
  34. 34. The Loggia del MercatoNuovo, popularly known as theLoggia del Porcellino is socalled to distinguish it from theMercato vecchio (old market,located in the area of todaysPiazza della Repubblica.The loggia was built aroundthe middle of the 16th centuryThe focal point of the loggia isthe Fontana del Porcellino("fountain of the piglet"),actually a copy of a bronzewild boar by Pietro Tacca fromthe sixteenth century; theoriginal can be found atPalazzo Pitti.
  35. 35. Popular tradition has it thatrubbing the nose bringsfortune, so over time, thestatue has acquired a certainshine in that spot. Visitors areencouraged to place a coin inthe mouth of the boar afterrubbing its nose, andsuperstition implies that thewish will be granted if theoffering tumbles through thegrate whence the waterflows. The slope of the grateis such that most coins do fallthrough, and are collected bythe city.Loggia del Porcellino by night
  36. 36. Porta Romana
  37. 37. Sound: Andrea Bocelli - Il Mistero Dell AmoreText: InternetPictures: Daniela Iacob & InternetCopyright: All the images belong to their authorsPresentation: Sanda Foi oreanuşwww.slideshare.net/michaelasanda

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