The promenade is also a typical old building complex. The entire area is quite large. When you visit, you can also feel the gorgeous things here. Many of the landscapes are very simple things.
This corridor is just an ordinary loggia, but on the inner side of the loggia, there are many beautiful paintings, and some carvings are very detailed.
It's just a long corridor with round arched doors on the side. There are many open doors. If it rains, it's the best way to hide from the rain. There are places to sit inside and several sculptures.
It is on one side of the square, and every piece of work placed inside is very classic! Here, hot days can be used to escape the heat, rain can be sheltered from the rain, Florence is such a city, where art is everywhere!
The loggia, as its name suggests, is a place to enjoy the shade. It is a very old building with a Gothic style. It is worth visiting. There are frescoes on the top of the loggia to enjoy, and the entire length is not too long.
Loggia del Bigallo (Loggia del Bigallo) is a late Gothic building in Florence, Italy. It is one of the main public loggias in the city. It is located at the corner of St. John’s Square and Calzaioli Road. There are rich reliefs on the two arched brackets of Bigaro Loggia, including prophets, angels, virtues, and blessings of Christ.