Imposing and Romanesque, the Palazzo Vecchio is Florence, Italy's palatial museum and town hall commanding a view of the Piazza della Signoria, famous for its exterior display of an ersatz Michelangelo's David. As one of Italy's most intriguing museums, the Palazzo Vecchio is a must-see for any visitor desiring to experience the historical beauty and opulent elegance of old Italy. Tourists walking the grounds of the Palazzo Vecchio will be able to view three courtyards built over 500 years ago containing exquisite fountains, frescoes and noble statues depicting Samson and Philistine by Pierino da Vinci and Hercules and Cacus by Bandinelli.
Fountain of Neptune
Loggia dei Lanzi
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