Two fan-shaped ancient buildings surround the Fountain of Fairy, the square side of the Angels and Martyrs Notre Dame Hall.
The square is very square, and the surrounding buildings are also very square. When I went there, the merry-go-round actually occupies a prominent position in the center of the square. There are many outsiders, and there are many cafes that are easy to find.
The Republic Square, which was originally the square of the ancient Roman town and later the old Jewish quarter of the city, still has its remains. The carousel in the square in the reverse light feels fantastic.
The Republic Square is also a very special place, this place can also appreciate a lot of unique things, visitors to visit here are out of town, the square core location is also very wide.
The other center of Florence, and an important square for the Medici family. Amazing people watching here.
Piazza della Repubblica is one of the hubs of Florentine life, and the antique carousel in the square is a fine way for young travellers to take a break from sight-seeing. Just around the corner is a cheese lover’s dream stop for lunch, Obikà Mozzarella Bar. Also nearby is Bartolucci, the wooden toy workshop and store where you can find coveted Pinocchio souvenirs made for generations by the Bartolucci family.
The Piazza della Repubblica is the very heart and soul of Florence. The architecture is simply stunning, although some of the ramshackle stores take a little away from it.
The site of the old Roman Forum, where Florence began--a great central meeting point and fab for people watching. If I'm in the mood for fancy, I'll have my caffe at the Belle Epoque Gilli, or if I want to go more artsy, there's the Giubbe Rosse. The Merry Go Round there adds just the right playful touch.
simply BEAUTIFUL, next door frmo tha apartment