Bruneschi dome of the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore! I have to say, Bruneschi is really a genius, so the majestic dome, the super large-scale project is without any adhesive connection, it is all based on precise engineering design, it is really perfect!
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Brunelleschi's dome, this architect is really too talented, and he was able to accurately design this dome. The largest dome is too perfect, and the murals inside the dome are really exquisite!
The roof of the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore is also a very beautiful architectural style. It is also a good choice to take photos if you come to this Internet celebrity attraction. This architectural style is really unique.
Basically got to go to the tower next to the hall to see the dome. Looked from the tower up there, really very quiet distance, dome can climb up, no elevator, stairs very narrow. No separate tickets, need to buy joint tickets for museum.
Standing on the square in front of Hundred Flowers Cathedral, looking up at the iconic dome of the Cathedral at such a close distance is like wearing a little red riding hood for the church. It is also a small model of the Basilica of Hundred Flowers in the Cathedral Museum. This dome can be seen more clearly. It is the second largest dome in the world with a diameter of 43.7 meters, which is even larger than that of St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican. One overlap.
This place was huge and amazing. It was hard to believe how intricate the decorations were, but how large it was.
The art, architecture, and history of this famous dome is a wondrous achievement, built by Brunelleschi and able to be viewed by us.
Fantastic view once you are at the top! In my opinion, after visiting both, The Tower and The Dome are offering the same view. I would choose The Dome and skip The Tower.
Do not miss it and try to book at sunset time when the City is covering itself with Gold. Book on internet prior to your arrival. great views at the paintings on the Cupola
Booked online for just €20, the climb up is quite something, lots of steps, but worth it for the view from the top. You get time on the inner balcony where you can see all the paintings on the roof an...