There are many exquisite sculptures in the gallery of the mercenary Pavilion beside the Vicio Palace, such as Perseus and Medusa. It is impossible for us to know the name of the sculpture and the story behind it, but we can appreciate the pavilion and sculpture as works of art. Visitors to Municipal Square will not neglect it.
From the Ufiz Museum of Art to the Lord's Square, there will be a sudden sense of openness, next to the mercenary gallery. Facing the square, there are three broad arches. There are many beautiful sculptures under the corridor, the most famous of which is Palthusius's killing of the bronze statue of Medusa. In front of the corridor in the middle of the corridor pillar, one left one right two majestic lions. The mercenary gallery was the main stage for the Medici grandfathers to watch the ceremony in the square.
The mercenary corridor on the side of the square is the highlight of the whole square. On the far left of the gallery is a copy of Benvenuto Chelini's work "Perseus holding up Medusa's head" (1554), followed by Pio Ferdinand's "Struggling Polyxena" (1865), Hercules of Jembolona "Fighting Half Maniesos" (1599), "Menelaus lifting up the body of Patrocros", and at the end of the gallery are five Greek myths. The statues of the goddess are Matthia, Mahina, Agaripina and so on.
Loggia Dei Lanzi is a famous building in Palazzo Vecchio, Italy. The wide arches with three compartments display many famous statues. The themes of these statues mainly come from Greek mythology and classical Roman stories. It seems interesting to know and understand some Greek mythologists. The statues include: Passion and Medusa, the goblin of serpents. The Rape of Polyxena, the Sabin women, Ajas carrying the body of Patrocles and Heracles, etc.
Mercenary gallery is located in an open square, facing the Academy Gallery. There are a lot of exquisite sculptures in the gallery. Of course, besides the two stolen lions, other sculptures are said to be replicas, but even the replicas are beautiful and worth seeing.
For those who love sculpture and ancient architecture, there is absolutely no doubt that Europe is a paradise. The mercenary gallery is a building in Florence's Lord's Square. The works in the gallery, such as Percius chopping the bronze statue of Medusa, Sabine women, Heracles fighting with half-man Maniesos, Polyxena, Menelaus lifting up the body of Patroclus, are all reproductions, but their long history is still impressive. The statue has a history of more than 500 years.
The famous mercenary gallery is just beside the city square and is the most beautiful open-air museum. The exhibits inside are exquisite and worth more time to savor. Before going, it's better to do a good job of strategy, so that the focus of each sculpture will not be missed.