The Arno river adds so much flair to the town of Florence. It add a lovely backdrop for photos and a refresher from all the buildings. It breathes live and energy into the city and diverts away from ...
The river itself is nothing special. You'll see it anyway if you're in Florence. But don't plan on thinking that this is a great an pretty thing. It's the buildings around it that are critical.
Saw lots of bridges spanning Arno river. The most iconic bridge is Ponte Vecchio. Lots of people were on the bridge for various reasons. Some were there to shop for jewellery, some were on the bridge ...
i had a chance to see this beautiful view in Florence when i went across Ponte Vecchio, as well as in Pisa as we were walking from Pisa Centrale to the Leaning Tower of Pisa. both places were equally ...
The Arno river starts in the Apennines mountains and flows into the Tyrrhenian Sea near Pisa. The Arno runs inside Florence and is both the largest and most significant river in the region, with 240 km in length.
Chiesa di Ognissanti
San Frediano in Cestello
"Other Places of Worship"
The British Institute of Florence Harold Acton Library