Florence, Italy – Rome, Italy – 9th day (06.11.12)

Florence is the capital of Tuscany region in Italy.  Florence is considered the birthplace of Renaissance. It is also considered the capital of genuine leathered bags.

Today is our last day in Florence and we’re moving to Rome.  Entrance of Delle Nazioni Hotel, which is 100 meters to Flurenze Train station.

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Inside of Accademia Delle Arti Del Disegno, where students become genuine artists.

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Inside one of the many shops of leather bags in Florence

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Outside of Duomo Cathedral

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Real carriage with horses offering tourists for a ride, of course with a fee.

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An alley in Florence, it was like a big maze

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A large Piazza where Palazzio Vechio is located

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Statues outside the Palazzio Vecchio

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Statue of the great Galileo Galilei

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Ponte Vecchio means an old bridge in Florence.  It is a Medieval stone closed-spandrel segmental arch bridge over the Arno River, in Florence, Italy, noted for still having shops built along it, as was once common. Present tenants are jewellers, art dealers and souvenir sellers.

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Jewelry shops in Ponte Vecchio

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Common car in an alley in Europe

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Our train heading to Roma, Italy

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