Florence in Photos: A Sneak Peek at One Wonderful Week

I am home from an incredibly busy and interesting week in Florence, Italy. It was quite an experience thanks to my opportunity to attend the Florens2012 Biennial of Culture and Landscape Heritage. While I won’t overload you in the future with posts about Florence despite my love of the city, I will be taking a look at Florence from a unique perspective through some of the city’s lesser-known details as well as interviews with Florentine artisans. For now, I hope you enjoy Florence in photos with some of my favorite images from last week.

Photos of One Week in Florence, Italy

The “Blue Hour,” which occurs at dusk in the fall, at the Palazzo Vecchio.


In the Oltrarno, Florence’s more authentic neighborhood on the other side of the Arno River

Florence light

The street lamps are one of my favorite details in Florence

Rape of the Sabine Women

One of Florence’s most powerful sculptures, the Rape of the Sabine Women, outside the Palazzo Vecchio

Florence pizza

The food in Florence is incredible…really

Florence Duomo

A view of Florence just before sunset from the Bardini Gardens

Italian market

So many things to tempt the senses at this shop inside the Mercato Centrale

Have you been to Florence? Which photo gives you the best impression of this beautiful city?


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