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Photos from Florence

The spoils from site-seeing during a Florence, Italy long weekend

sunny 17 °C

Florence is in Italy, and people go there to ... eat Eggs Florentine, and ... err, um, look at Florins. And, see stuff... Ah, I don't know.

I went down to Florence for a long weekend because my Dad was passing through. We had a great weekend catching up, and I did a little bit of sight-seeing on the side. It was all a little last minute (for various reasons), so I did no research into Florence before going, and really can't be bothered now that I am back. So unlike my past blogs where I at least try and impart some knowledge about the place, I am going to skip it this time.

Just look at the pretty pictures.

Dome on Duomo

Dome on Duomo


Duomo Facade and Tower

Duomo Facade and Tower


Duomo at sunset

Duomo at sunset


Close up Statue Duomo Square

Close up Statue Duomo Square


Fancy Italian Cops

Fancy Italian Cops


Opa

Opa


Our Father on Duomo

Our Father on Duomo


Santa Maria Novella

Santa Maria Novella


Rooftops of Florence

Rooftops of Florence


Panini and Vino

Panini and Vino


curving Streets of Florence

curving Streets of Florence


Little red fiat, Streets of Florence

Little red fiat, Streets of Florence


Tortured Souls Duomo

Tortured Souls Duomo


What you lookin at?

What you lookin at?


Little yellow birdie, Streets of Florence

Little yellow birdie, Streets of Florence


Cross in Sun

Cross in Sun

Actually, I knew one thing about Florence before going. You could find this guy there... and he is everywhere!

David in Shadow

David in Shadow


David on the wall

David on the wall

Thanks for reading my travel blog photo essay on Florence.

Photo essays - the last refuge of the lazy blogger.

Posted by GregW 30.10.2011 06:25 Archived in Italy Tagged photography

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amazing so nice and great this city is really so beautiful

31.10.2011 by Silver Jewelry Jaipur

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