This is a historic square with the 18th century Arc de Triomphe and the 13th century Saint Gallo Gate. It has always been Porta San Gallo Square (Porta San Gallo Square). In 1738, the Arc de Triomphe of Lorraine was erected on the square to celebrate the arrival of the Habsburg-Lorraine dynasty in Florence. In 1865, the demolition of the medieval city wall allowed the architect Giuseppe Poggi to reshape the area, which was completed in 1875 in the oval square currently surrounded by the palace. In the middle of the tree-lined park is a pool with a fountain in front of the Arc de Triomphe. The name of the square at the time was Camillo Cavour Square, which was changed to Costanzo Ciano Square in 1930, Muti Square in 1944, and Freedom Square in 1945.
Liberty Square is quite big for you. You can see a lot of landscapes on the square here, and it is also a symbol of the American freedom movement. Freedom Square is also very convenient for transportation, and many tourists will gather here.
It is not too far to walk from the central railway station. There are some sculptures standing on the square. There are tourists or locals in a hurry, and there are trams around. If you don't follow the navigation, you can't see that this is an attraction.
This Liberty Square is very big, there are many statues here, and there is a beautiful statue of Liberty, very beautiful.
There are so many squares in Florence, big and small. The most famous square in this Liberty is the Arc de Triomphe, which has no idea of any connection to the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. It also looks old and shabby.