Florence, which is the capital of Tuscany, lies at the foot of the Apennines. His will remain on thanks to Julius Caesar, who named it after the Florentina decided it would be a great place for a colony for former soldiers. Arno River, over which is located in 1966 poured, and the flood was an unmitigated disaster for the town. It was destroyed when the magnitude of monuments, in addition to the Ponte Vecchio, referred to a little later. If you're planning a trip to Florence, we should know that it is best visited on Saturdays and Sundays. Why? And so to the center of Florence you can enter only its residents but only from Monday to Friday, weekends since the prohibition also applies to them. It should also watch out for drivers who bravely and confidently juggle between obstacles, and this is how we know can lead to collisions. No doubt the leaders among the monuments leads Santa Maria del Fiore, or cathedral with the largest brick dome in the world. Its origins date back to the years 1296 - 1436. From its highest point, that the dome can admire a breathtaking view of the city skyline, but if you do not like for crowds should go to Giotto's Bell Tower - the bell tower. We are looking for vantage points we can go to the square Michelangelo - we guarantee that the view is really amazing, especially because we can look at the roofs of historic buildings. The city is very inspiring, and confirmation of these words can be that it was there that created the Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo. Art lovers probably already know that in the Uffizi Gallery you will find the world's largest collection of Italian art. Botticelli, Michelangelo, Raphael, Titian, Rubens, Rembrandt, Van Dyck are just some of the top names, so be warned now - arm yourselves with patience because you are waiting on long queues. Florence is also ... extremely high temperatures. The walls heat up to high temperatures and vain to seek shade. During the day, the Sun can be expected up to 60 degrees, and 20 degrees at night. Therefore, those who like active rest we advise you to go there in spring or autumn and even winter, when the temperature is not less than 15 degrees Celsius. Italians wear the hats, T-shirts and tourists, which still shocked local residents.
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