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Gherardesca Palace

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The Gherardesca Palace takes up great part of Galileo Galilei Street, formerly Riseccoli Street, and takes its name from the watercourse that ran...

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Goldoni Theatre

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The Goldoni Theatre, built between 1843 and 1847 and named “Imperial and Royal Theatre Leopoldo” in honour of Grand-Duke Leopoldo II...

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Great Cistern

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An imposing building in neo-classical style, also known as “the great preserver”, designed by the architect Pasquale Poccianti and...

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High Street

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Going down this long and wide street is Colonnella Square named after the Colonnella Door, finished in 1610. From 1964 this square houses two...

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Mazzini Square

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Until 1872 this square was a parade ground used for military exercises. Nowadays Mazzini Square is a wide tree-lined area that bounds the...

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Modigliani Square

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Modigliani Square is at the end of a small district rich of stores, like a small shopping centre. Since 1948, it was named as Amedeo...

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Oratorio di San Ranieri

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It was founded in 1696. It consists in a single rectangular room with a marble floor measured by terrestrial slabs with crests; the wooden stalls...

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Oratorio di Santa Giulia

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It was built in 1603 and keeps a relic of the Saint since 1610. Cosimo 3rd gave it another relic for which in 1693 he ordered to build a reliquary...

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Palazzo De Lardarel

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Majestic and elegant building which gives its name to the road where it is situated, it was the residence of Francesco de Larderel, a merchant of...

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Parterre

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The Parterre is a public garden realized in 1854 on the land belonging to the architect Pasquale Poccianti, realized by the Royal Deputation and...

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